[at-l] ATC WEbsite---
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Fri Jul 29 09:49:29 CDT 2011
Try looking at the club sites, they are frequently more current than ATC,
but all sites need more information from the troops on the ground to stay
current. For example, I just updated the water conditions in NY this morning
but am missing a lot of information, too much that hasn't been verified
since last year and the thru-hikers are heavy here in July and August.
On Fri, Jul 29, 2011 at 10:17 AM, Leslie Booher <lbooher at charter.net> wrote:
> On looking at the fancy ATC website, I see that it's of little to no use to
> people who have hiked before. I couldn't find anything 'personal' on it.
> When did the administration of the ATC get so far removed from the people on
> the trail? I know. It was when it became a 'conservancy', rather than the
> old conference. It's really sad to see. Fred and Kathy's site still seems
> to be where we are. Still, I didn't find shuttlers on either site. They
> used to be there, though. a'bear
> Humankind (be both)
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