[Cdt-l] CC Shuttle

eagletonjim at aol.com eagletonjim at aol.com
Tue Feb 18 14:20:51 CST 2014

I think the fall dates are a little early compared to the 2010 finish dates. (a good year)

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> Great news.  Way to go CDTC!!!   
>>> will run in the spring (4/10-5/4) and in the fall (10/1-10/15). It's a
>>> temporary program that will hopefully lead to a long term program in
>>> following years. Dates were based on building snow pack conditions along
>>> the
>>> Trail this year. We have been working with the BLM, the Community of
>>> Hachita, and the Border Patrol to work out the details. These include
>>> providing overnight stay at the Hachita Community Center for hikers taking
>>> part of the service, and support to help with your water caches. We are
>>> asking people make donations(suggested $20) to the Hachita Community
>>> Center
>>> directly if they stay at the Center. Shuttle cost will be $60/person and
>>> include pick ups and drop offs in Lordsburg. Specific sign up details will
>>> be available after we visit the site Friday and meet with our partners in
>>> this effort. We will also be looking for volunteer support during the time
>>> period, to help with various activities, more details on these needs will
>>> be
>>> coming soon too! For more details please contact
>>> info at continentaldividetrail.org to be put on the mailing list for the
>>> official announcement!
>>> best wishes,
>>> Jerry Brown
>>> (970) 403-3527    Cell: (970) 317-1398
>>> mailto:bcss at bresnan.net
>>> www.bearcreeksurvey.com
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: cdt-l-bounces at backcountry.net [mailto:cdt-l-bounces at backcountry.net
>>> ]
>>> On Behalf Of Detlef K?rner
>>> Sent: Monday, February 17, 2014 11:44 AM
>>> To: cdt-l at backcountry.net
>>> Subject: [Cdt-l] Shuttle to CC
>>> I will be flying in from Europe to El Paso and then taking the train to
>>> Lordsburg. My flight has long since been booked therefor my planned start
>>> date is 18. April 2014. Unless I overlooked some posting there still
>>> doesn't
>>> seem to be a ride option to CC. Are there still talks or consultations
>>> with
>>> possible options going on?
>>> Trew; what came out of your Church contacts in Silver City?
>>> Hamburger
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>> --
>> *About Risk - Jeep Gaskin   "49, 3 kids, all of whom climb. in fact we're
>> going sunday. I'm going to die and so are you. so are my kids. in the
>> perfect world I'll die before they do, but there aren't any guarantees. so
>> I prepare them for life the best way I know how, doing the things that
>> prepared me to massage my mother's feet and tell her not to be scared, that
>> it was her time to go. and that made it possible to kiss my dad one last
>> time and tell him I loved him, and walk away. if you have depth to your
>> soul and insights into life's lessons and you didn't get them from risk
>> then congratulations but I can't relate. climbing can be deltoids or it can
>> be zen; it can be runout or short safe falls; it can be skies filled with
>> lightning or crisp air ahead of mare's tails. It is never standing in a
>> grocery line." *
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