jplynch at crosslink.net
Thu Apr 24 14:35:11 CDT 2014
I've read the book, and to be honest, I don't think I understand the
controversy (about the book). Its a funny story about two guys, woefully
ill-prepared, hiking a trail. That trail just happens to be the AT, but
could be any trail. Anyway, given the actors, I'm wondering if they're
doing the film as more of a "Grumpy Old Men" sequel. We'll see. The folks
at Amicalola are expecting to be overrun once the movie comes out.
From: sloetoe at yahoo.com
Sent: Thursday, April 24, 2014 2:29 PM
To: AT List ; JPL
Subject: Re: [at-l] AWITW
Filming? Like for a movie? What movie?
Is there a book, too? Is it out, yet?
Who wrote it? Have I heard of the author?
Anything to do with the AT?
(You know, people still make faces when I, upon hearing the author's
of the book with the title-which-cannot-be-read, immediately plug my ears
and sing loud, discordant "LAAAaaa-laaa-laaaaaa, can't hearrrr youuuuuu."
I don't know if it's the dance that immediately follows (I AM a hazard when
dancing), or (more likely), the threat that I might start up again.
As a single guy, I can't tell you how many dates this has ruined.
Spatior, ergo sum.
On Thu, 4/24/14, JPL <jplynch at crosslink.net> wrote:
I was at Amicalola this week.
Filming was going for AWITW. I didn't see any of it, but talked to folks
who did (including some of
the staff). Neat.
Robert Redford and Nick Nolte were there and seem to be the principle
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