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RE: [pct-l] Non Post office Resupplys S. of Mojave
- Subject: RE: [pct-l] Non Post office Resupplys S. of Mojave
- From: Svein Eriksen <svein.eriksen@Braathens.no>
- Date: Mon, 15 Mar 1999 08:42:56 +0100
In 98 the Market also held packages in Agua Dulce. Seemed a bit random were
they ended up. The guy in the market was very helpful.
Anyone knows what happened to the lady in Century 21? She was extremely
From: Joanne Lennox [SMTP:email@example.com]
Sent: 12. mars 1999 19:50
To: pct-mailing list
Subject: [pct-l] Non Post office Resupplys S. of Mojave
I just checked the two non post office resupply points that I plan
South of Mojave.
Kamp Anza is still accepting and holding packages, and they are
the same address and zip code, she says that it should be c/o the
Space 100.( not 19)
The Century 21 office in Agua Dulce is no longer holding packages
hikers. The man thought that the Market was doing this but did not
know and did not know the name or address of market, only that it
Agua Dulce. Anybody out there have some experience with Agua Dulce,
are no yellow pages in directory asisstance). Any suggestions ?
I know that UPS is very finicky about having an address: We pick
parcels up at the Concrete Hardware store. Recently, Skagit County
into a different street numbering system( we were changed twice, and
for the fireman). Concrete is a small berg of 700 souls and
there is not another hardware store for fifty miles, Main street is
the main street, the same guy delivers packages to the hardware
often, but you guessed it: not the right address, no delivery.
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