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>2. maps maps maps. do i really need all maps i mean do i have to buy all
>those maps can i just get the importna tparts. (some people said most of the
>trail is marked well) i am tring to keep costs dowm or can i use the maps
>in the books? you know the california and oregon and washington books
I just can't understand why anyone on THE trip of a lifetime (and, by now,
I've been about everywhere), would be concerned about saving money. In
addition. I can't imagine going ANYWHERE without having maps of all the
places that I could see from a pass or a peak-really lets you feel your
place in the world.
>3. boots . ray says fabric boots for snow and slush but i can not find any
>cloth ones only seade leather and what not. so HELP!!!!
Pick your poison. Heavy or light; fabric or leather or suede. They've all
go plusses and minuses.
I think Ray Jardine is a terrific guy, but most people will not even WANT
to hike the PCT in his style. The anxious searches for corn pasta just
make me giggle...
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