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It seems to be a common problem.  My Mondays are much more productive than they used to be in the List's heyday.  
 
- Patrick


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> From: Denis Bogan <[log in to unmask]>
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>Sent: Saturday, March 9, 2013 7:08 PM
>Subject: Re: [SKIVT-L] The Magic Door into the VT-BC
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>Pat >. "FWLIW, I doubt Jay was chased away from the list by the colorful protestations of a backcountry curmudgeon or two.  He was routinely months beyond on his TRs, and he probably simply realized that he couldn't keep it up.  That was always my biggest complaint about his hyper-detailed TRs.  I'd find out in June about how ripe the Bolton backcountry was in early January.  It's hard for a flatlander like me to put that kind of information to use.  ;-) "
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>FWIW, that is the reason I write much shorter TRs than in the old days.  Now it is stream of consciousness with a little polishing.  I'm retired and I need time to eat, sleep, ski.  When working I often ducked into and out of the List and/or a TR as a means of procrastination = tough mental hurdle in a major project.  I suspect I'm not the only one.  
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