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    Question "Walking the Appalachian Trail" -Larry Luxenburg

    Hello all,

    I am curious if anybody that participates in this forum was involved in the book “Walking the Appalachian Trail” by Larry Luxenberg.

    I am reading it right now, and love it.

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    Default Walking the Appalachian Trail

    Larry called us up when he was writing the book and we talked for hours about the trail. Same with Lynn Setzer. I even got quoted once or twice in Maine Rose's book. Just lucky, I guess.

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    Geek was in there with his 20 lb cat. I saw him on the trail again in 2002

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    Yep, saw Geek walk into the Hostel in Gorham. He walked in beet red, out of breath, wearing bermuda shorts. Thought to myself, "No way in hell this guy is a hiker." Talked to him the next morning at Jeffers Brook Shelter and gave me a ton of useful advice and really psyched my up for what was left of the trip.

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    Did Geek make it. He is such a great guy.

    Mongo

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    If you liked Larry's book, be sure to read Lynn Setzer's "Season on the Appalachian Trail".
    Teej

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