[cdt-l] New Thru-hiker questions
kborski at yahoo.com
Wed Dec 20 15:36:26 CST 2006
Again, great information.
I actually did not know anything about the Society -
didn't know it existed. I have the CDTA "coffee
table" books. I'm glad to hear that others find them
pretty to look at and inspirational, but useless for
navigation. Just studying the maps in my living room
has given me fits.
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction with
--- Brett <blisterfree at yahoo.com> wrote:
> The differences between the Association's and
> guidebooks will become more apprarent when you're
> able to do
> a side-by-side comparison.
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