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RE:[pct-l] Starting in Canada

You worries about snow in the North Cascades based on Sierra snow levels
is unwarranted.  The snow levels in the Cascades are well below normal
levels this year.  A few good resources are
http://www.geocities.com/Yosemite/Trails/4982/northsno.htm, and
http://wcp.wsu.edu/nrcs/CoopSnoSrvy.htm (thanks MD).

My wife and I are planning to take off from Seattle to Manning Park the
first week of June, tentatively June 7.  We expect no major problems
with snow and are feeling better about putting off our hike by a month
and starting in Canada.

Hope to see you on the trail


	From:  Brad Cascagnette[SMTP:bradc@perceptron.com]
	Sent:  Wednesday, May 13, 1998 5:52 AM
	To:  pct-l@saffron.hack.net
	Subject:  [pct-l] (none)

	I would like to introduce myself to the PCT list.  I have been
reading with 
	interest for some time now while at the same time planning my
own through 

	I have hesitated to introduce myself because until last night I
was not 
	sure if I would be able to begin my hike this year.  Now I am
certain I 
	will be catching a ride with a friend to San Francisco, taking a
train to 
	Portland, and having another friend drive the remainder of the
way to 
	Manning Park.  

	Myself and another friend, rob will be beginning our southbound
hike around 
	mid june, although after reading this morning's posts about
snowpack in 
	California I have become slightly leary.  Nevertheless, I will
	regardless and look forward to meeting many of you along the

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