[at-l] Book Review "Grandma Gatewood's Walk"
jplynch at crosslink.net
Mon Apr 7 10:50:38 CDT 2014
I agree; the subtitle is a bit over the top.
From: sloetoe at yahoo.com
Sent: Monday, April 07, 2014 11:08 AM
To: AT List ; JPL
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Looks like a labor of love, in the writing of this one, but I what Earl
(Oh, never mind. I can still hear 'im.)
She's the hiker, "who saved the Appalachian Trail....." Well, an open mind.
There's a lot I don't know.
I know Dan Bruce was not as pure as the wind-driven snow across the trail,
but he sure did a lot of
good for the AT community.
I know that Christopher Columbus did not discover America, but he sure did a
lot to publicize things.
I know that Granma Gatewood made a splash when she was hiking.
I think I'd like to read this book.
Spatior, ergo sum.
On Mon, 4/7/14, JPL <jplynch at crosslink.net> wrote:
Subject: [at-l] Book Review "Grandma Gatewood's Walk"
To: "AT List" <AT-L at backcountry.net>
Date: Monday, April 7, 2014, 9:46 AM
"Grandma Gatewood's Walk" is a new
book about one of the most famous AT
hikers. I'm reading it (and it is an excellent
book. Its not a "how to" book for hikers but gives you a good picture of
some idea of what the AT was like back in those days (mid-50s).
Here's a just-posted review of the book:
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