L. Clayton Parker
l.clayton.parker at gmail.com
Sat Mar 13 18:12:50 CST 2010
Happy Trails, and a safe journey!
Lee I Joe
Once I knew where I was going, but now I have forgotten. Sometimes my
mind wanders. Sometimes it goes alone, other times it takes me
along ... this isn't one of those times ...
On Sat, 2010-03-13 at 17:55 -0600, Cody Girl wrote:
> Well, I take off for Georgia tomorrow. Dog update, as of now, all is
> ok. Many of you have helped me along the way, I really really really
> appreciate all of your suggestions, advice, and laughs too. Last time
> out I did manage to hang the food bag with relatively little trouble,
> thanks to your suggestions. I've been meaning to tell you that. I
> will do my very best to go to sleep each night thinking of something
> good that happened that day, that was one suggestion early on that
> I've really taken to heart. I will do my best to make good decisions,
> but only when I have to actually make those decisions. And so much
> else I've gotten from all of you. You helped me through gear
> selections and always offered up positive support. You have been
> fantastic and treated me so well. Thank you.
> Now, I've got one more question! Does anyone know how I can find out
> if USFS 42 is accessible? I read some journals a few days ago, it was
> not. I heard last night it now is. Any info or places to get this
> Thanks again, y'all are the best!
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