[pct-l] Pct-l Digest, Vol 16, Issue 54

Daniel Bailey greenhiker at gmail.com
Tue Apr 14 12:12:20 CDT 2009

The "country store" is a little hole in the wall that didn't have much of
anything when I was there last June.  I wouldn't plan on it for resupply.

The extent of what they had to offer was boxes of cookies, cans of refried
beans, clamato, lots of beer and soda, CostCo size cans of nacho cheese, and
some Costco Size cans of fruit.  No liptons, no ramen, no poptarts, no
staples.  They did have fruit leathers and a few bruised bananas.

That said, I skipped the market at Mt. Laguna.

Be well,


Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2009 06:17:49 -0700
From: "Bill" <BillBatch at cox.net>
Subject: [pct-l] Resupply Hiker Town
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Hey group,

How is the "country store" for food resupply in Hiker town (approx mile
520).  I am not a picky eater.  How does it compare to the market at Mount
Laguna?  I use this only as a reference because I am familiar with it.

Thanks in advance,

Bill B -  Pink Gumby

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