Re: Dear Mohicanland Trekker

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Posted by Dana S. on October 30, 1999 at 16:58:37:

In Reply to: Re: Smoke & Fire News -- not to be missed! posted by Clabert on October 30, 1999 at 15:29:26:

: : : Thanks for that info, Christie. Sounds like something my Mark would like for Christmas. I'll be checking it out.

: : : MMMMarcia

: : ~~~~~~~~~~~
: : Christie,

: : Sounds like something I would like for Christmas, too!

: : Thanks,
: : Dana
: ______________________

: I don`t know about Champ, but Mohicanland Trekker yours truely has been reading S&F for years. They put out a darn good sutlers catalog also.

: Clabert

Dear Clabert,

I have a question about historical trekking. I can't read a James Thom novel without wondering what it would be like to journey about the frontier like George Rogers Clark. Historical trekking is obviously a way to experience such a lifestyle first hand. The problem is there are no women personas that allow for women to take part in the "outdoors" aspect. Or are there? In other words, does a woman have to stick to " the women's stuff" (which I also find very interesting), or is backpacking as close as I'm going to get to the frontier experience? Do any trekkers ever do "one time only" treks for the curious, but not dedicated, greenhorn?

BTW, your ears haven't been burning lately, have they?

Dana S.

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