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    Default a deal on the trail guide

    Hey I just got the Pennsylvania guide and maps for $28.80 + tax with Free 3 day shipping online from Barnes & Noble. Not sure how long the deal will last so check it out if interested. They had the other states also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by truthisnature View Post
    Hey I just got the Pennsylvania guide and maps for $28.80 + tax with Free 3 day shipping online from Barnes & Noble. Not sure how long the deal will last so check it out if interested. They had the other states also.
    You could buy a guidebook that covers the whole trail for that amount. Im just sayin.

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    The hiker's a PA resident = maybe she wanted the set - ? I've gotten the set for SNP because I live near it and I like the side trails in it too.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Blissful View Post
    The hiker's a PA resident = maybe she wanted the set - ? I've gotten the set for SNP because I live near it and I like the side trails in it too.
    I was just making a point if she was looking for something to carry on the AT. Yes I agree, I have most of the maps for the trails in NC/TN area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaco Taco View Post
    I was just making a point if she was looking for something to carry on the AT. Yes I agree, I have most of the maps for the trails in NC/TN area.
    Me too and if I ever get moved to Flag Pond I'll start hiking them...

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    Thats a good deal; cheaper than the atc member price and its the current edition (something you need to check when not buying from the atc).

    The guidebooks/handbooks that cover the entire trail are not a substitute for the info in the state guidebooks by any stretch of the imagination.

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