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Re: [BackpackGearTest] EDIT: Revised OR - Book Norman Clyde - David Wilkes

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  • david wilkes
    I really appreciate your help on this one. I think I found the book version of doing a trip report rather than a gear report. Edits made and file uploaded.
    Message 1 of 7 , Sep 3, 2009
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      I really appreciate your help on this one. I think I found the book version of doing a trip report rather than a gear report.

      Edits made and file uploaded.

      Thanks again,
      Dave




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      From: Andrew Buskov <rescue@...>
      To: BackpackGearTest@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Thursday, September 3, 2009 3:07:37 PM
      Subject: [BackpackGearTest] EDIT: Revised OR - Book Norman Clyde - David Wilkes


      David,

      Here are you edits. As usual;
      EDIT: Change Me
      Edit: Think about changing me
      Comment: Everything else

      This report is SO MUCH BETTER! I'm very happy with this one and am so glad
      that you saw what I was talking about. This is the type of report that I was
      wanting. After reading your 5-fingers report, I didn't exactly know what
      happened with this one. It's difficult writing about a book as opposed to a
      piece of gear, but you made it happen and was still able to keep a bit of
      storyline in there.

      Change these edits and upload to this folder: http://tinyurl. com/l6639e

      AB

      > Mountaineer of California's Sierra Nevada
      EIDT: Extra space after "of". Please remove.

      > July 27 2008
      EDIT: Lets go ahead and change the date. It's quite a bit away from July
      now.

      >
      > E-Mail: amatbrewer@yahoo. net
      Comment: Something to think about... We allow a naming convention instead of
      an email if you want. It helps keep down the spam, especially when you get
      as many reviews as some. amatbrewer (AT) yahoo (dot) net

      > Publisher:
      > Robert C. Pavlik
      EDIT: I would assume that Robert would be the author... right?







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