[Cdt-l] List Activity

William Hersman mcak at gci.net
Mon Feb 20 20:07:26 CST 2017

This may be a bit early to post, but for the benefit of northbound through-hikers I will say this.  I live in the Gila NF.  The Gila River is currently waist to chest high and very slow to recede.  This may be the year to actually follow the CDT on the actual CDT instead of following streams.  All of the springs should be reliable.  But no hurry to cross NM - there will a lot of snow waiting in Colorado. A lot.  But not as much as PCT hikers who will have Sierra snow covering the trail until late July, at least, and very deep streams crossings.

Good news - the drought is over.  For now.

PCT 1978
CDT 1980

On Feb 20, 2017, at 6:42 PM, Scott Williams <baidarker at gmail.com> wrote:

Hey I-Beam, 

I'm sure there are more of us out there, but it seems the fb pages have taken a lot of the juice from the Lists.  I still like this and the PCTL forums as they seem to promote more detailed and thoughtful responses.  The PCTL's been pretty active recently, and I didn't realize the CDTL hadn't been since Oct.  I'm sure there are others out there still following.  When are you thinking of starting on the CDT?


On Mon, Feb 20, 2017 at 3:50 PM, Jim Banks <JimLBanks at verizon.net <mailto:JimLBanks at verizon.net>> wrote:
I signed up for this list serve about a month ago and have not received any posts.  The archives indicate that there have been no posts since last October.  Is that right?  I know this list serve has never been as active as the PCT list serve, but no posts since October seems too long.


I have been on the PCT list serve for many years and have section hiked a large portion of the trail.  I have learned a lot about the trail from the list serve, but it seems its popularity is waning.  I am now starting to think about the CDT for when I finish the PCT.   Is anybody out there?



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