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In a message dated 95-07-27 08:51:20 EDT, you write:

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>(This message really came from Dan Will work for Skis Wetzel)
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>Goodman, D.  Smugglers Notch. "Powder". Oct. 1994., pp. 82-87.
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>Goodman, D.  Hidden Wilds: Backcountry Skiing in the Northeast.
>"Backcountry" Oct./Nov., 1994, pp.6-9.
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>Goodman, D. When every day is arbor day. "Powder"., Feb. 1995. pp.  56-63.
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>Goodman, D. Down east backcountry, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine: Skiing
>New Englands legendary down-mountain trails. "Summit"., WInter 1994-95.,
>pp. 81-84.
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>also recall some little blurb about a woodstove named Vern? {not entered
>in database since irrelevant to skiing}
>and some article in a VT Sports Newspaper about telemarking Camels hump,
>but I musta used it to start a fire in *my* woodstove.
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>Dan
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>PS  This is sorta scary, guess I'm a D. Goodman groupy?  Especially since I
>haven't had the pleasure a personal meeting yet.  Next year (right Reg.)?

Jeeeeeez -- This is scary! Even *I* haven't catalogued all this stuff in one
place (and now I don't have to, thanks to Dan).

The part that makes me nervous is... I bet you even know what color my
underwear is right now...

David