[at-l] It is what iti is

Jan Lite liteshoe at gmail.com
Thu Jan 7 13:24:05 CST 2010

We will miss you, Grey Owl.
I can sure understand your excitement (slight eye roll) of moving to the
snowy North. If it trips your trigger, who am I to shiver at the news?
The best of luck, dry pavement and fair skies on your move.

Do check in from time to time, sipping your coffee at that country store?

>Message: 1
Date: Thu, 07 Jan 2010 08:31:35 -0500
>From: grey.owl at comcast.net

>Hey Gang,

>Closed on a house in Vermont on Monday.  Drove up there on Sunday through
blowing snow; Arlington had about 16" of the white stuff.  Reminded me of
The house is out in the sticks and I do not have internet access!!!  I can
get on the
internet at the library and a little country store about 4 miles away has
Wifi.  As I do
all of my business on line I will probably only go on line once a week; thus
I am
going to be off list for a long time.

>I will not make the final move until early February so that I can attend
the PA Ruck.
It will probably be my last for a long time.  I already have in my calender
the ATC
2011 meeting.  I did not renew my membership to ALDHA.  I have dreamed of
hiking and canoeing for years, I now hove the opportunity of doing it and I
don't need
to live my life vicariously.

>To make this post trail related I walked 5 miles both Tuesday and Wednesday
in the
bracing cold and snow.  It was absolutely wonderful and I really felt alive
after each
walk.  I am now back in Phillie and I am suffering from the blahs.  I cannot
wait to
get back north.  I will still be hanging around on the list, but I will
unsubscribe in the next couple of days.  I hope to meet every list member on
the trail.

a.k.a Grey Owl

"The Ordinary Adventurer"
A new backpacking adventure book
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