[at-l] Wow, a for real flame war
codycodygirl at gmail.com
Thu Dec 27 13:33:46 CST 2012
I want to point out that some people come to this list because they are
dreaming of, hoping to, or planning a long distance hike. When I first
joined this list that was me and some here extended hands of friendship,
help, and reassurance to me. I will never forget those kindnesses.
Felix was one of those people who helped to coach me along and that is a
pretty big deal to me. The first time I read his tj was the winter I was
planning my hike. It set my dreams and imagination afire! After my hike I
could appreciate different things about his story, one major thing being
how the trail had changed between the year of his hike and the year of mine.
These things are important to me and I will always appreciate that Felix
and others here freely shared their stories with me. Who knows what new
hiker signed up on this list just today? I like that people still help
other people along. Why be snarky about kindness?
On Thu, Dec 27, 2012 at 1:00 PM, Tom McGinnis <sloetoe at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Eh? Whut???
> You are obviously not on the same interwebs as me. Hoooo-boy.
> Interwebs "Rule 34"????
> Wow! I just realized, that applies to hiking!!! Wooo-hoooo!
> --- On Thu, 12/27/12, Thinktraub . <hikeinmountains at gmail.com> wrote:
> There is no such thing as living (or hiking) "vicariously" by reading of
> another's experience.
> Can you have sex "vicariously"? Nuff said. :)
> On Thu, Dec 27, 2012 at 8:48 AM, Pete Fornof <pfornof at sbcglobal.net>
> I did indeed post my trail name which was left off in your post. I've been
> backpacking for years but do admit that I am vicariously hiking through ...
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