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Re: [pct-l] Film
- Subject: Re: [pct-l] Film
- From: Charcholla <Charcholla@aol.com>
- Date: Tue, 14 Apr 1998 16:33:13 EDT
In a message dated 98-04-14 14:39:45 EDT, email@example.com writes:
<< Take pics of EVERY town stop. ... I truely enjoy the wilderness, but after
a while, one section of beautiful trail through the trees just doesn't stand
out in my memory from any other ... >>
Great idea, Brick.
One thing that I also try to do is include any signs ("Lake 'whatever,' "
trail directions, passes with elevations, etc.) in my people/places pictures.
Those provide a sort of sync point when you try to identify pictures with no
signs ( "... well, it was between Lake A and Lake B").
After my JMT hike, I placed all the pictures in an album (in order). Then I
went back and typed a narrative much like what you would say if you were
showing the album to someone. (Research it once; write it down.) I typed it in
a two-column format, folded the page, 3-hole-punched it and inserted the page
between the 6 pictures described in the narrative. Now that my trip is a
couple of years old, the narrative helps me remember too.
Of course, my trip was only 3 weeks long. You thru-hikers will need lots of
pictures with signs and towns.
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