[pct-l] personal safety

patti kulesz peprmintpati88 at yahoo.com
Wed Apr 1 17:16:57 CDT 2009

be VERY afraid Jack....watch every step u take on the trail and hide in the shadows with the rattlers for safety....camp far away from the trail and campsites and keep ur headlamp turned off so we can't spot u in the dark...hiking at night while us girlies are getting our beauty sleep is highly recommended...

ur local California feisty ex-southern belle hiker babe

--- On Wed, 4/1/09, Jack Carter <jcarter95 at nc.rr.com> wrote:

From: Jack Carter <jcarter95 at nc.rr.com>
Subject: [pct-l] personal safety
To: Pct-l at backcountry.net
Date: Wednesday, April 1, 2009, 2:14 PM

     After reading about these Hiker Babe Female Terminator Chicks, I am 
beginning to worry about
my personal safety on the PCT.  Being from the  East Coast and more 
particularly, North Carolina, my
point of reference is the Southern Belle.  I have absolutely no 
experience with the Left Coast Broad
Breasted Hiker Babe.  I'm wondering more particularly if there are 
places along the PCT where they
band together and attack vulnerable hikers.  Being an older and slower 
hiker, if I encounter them on the
trail, should I resign myself to my fate or try to outrun them.  If 
caught, I could probably give them the
best thirty seconds they have ever had--course that time includes the 
undressing and dressing--but it's
quality time.  Should I brag about that fact and risk attack.  Would 
they be likely to make you cook for
them.  I'm such a lousy cook, I fear what that outcome may be.  Are 
there strategies of appeasement? 
Are there trade goods that they are interested in.  Like I said, 
postings here on pct-l have made me
real nervous.  Could individuals with experience in dealing with the 
above please advise.
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