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Guidebooks! Some S. America, Mostly Eastern,

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Well I'm moving(Back to the land of Surf!) so I'm cleaning out the appartment, and I've got far to many unused guidebooks - here's the list (all include bookrate shipping from my humble abode)Ice Climbers Guide to Northern New England - R. Wilcox, 2nd Ed. - $15

Rock Climbs in the White Mountains of New Hampshire - Ed Webster -$15

Bolivia - A Climbing Guide - Y. Brain - $7

Peruvian Andes - C Huayhash & Blanca - Ph. Beaud. Great Route Pictures, Out of Print, Make me an offer!

Utah Mountaineering Guide - Kelsey - $6

Seneca - The Climbers Guide - $8

Complete Great Falls Climbing Guide - $4

Backcountry Skiing Vt & NY - Goodman (Signed)-$8

Backcountry Skiing Me & NH - Goodman-$8

AMC River Guide Maine - $7

All of these are in Great shape (pathetically, most are unused) If you've got any questions, e-mail me at cj001f@yahoo.com

Carl

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quote:

Originally posted by Cpt.Caveman:
Surfing Kicks ass! Lots of exercise and chicks in bikinis. Where you headed?

I'm moving from the dump known as Alexandria, VA (within smelling distance of Washington, DC) to Santa Cruz, CA - an infinite improvement!

As for Backcountry Skiing in New England - the guides list about 20 routes per book!

Carl

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