Marion-you are the current queen. If you think have 10 tents is normal you might consider looking into a 12 step group. There s Hoarders Anonymous and
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, Sep 28, 2013
Marion-you are the current queen. If you think have 10 tents is normal you might consider looking into a 12 step group. There's Hoarders Anonymous and Clutterers Anonymous (I'm not sure if they're 12 step based). Or then again, you could form your own group. It seems hoarding gear is a prevalent addiction. On the other hand, if you have room to store everything, don't fight over it with anyone, don't go into debt to feed your habit, then you might just be standing on the edge of the cliff. Be careful though, one more tent might send you over the edge into the dark side. ;-) ------------------------------------------
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org > From: mardav@... > Date: Sat, 28 Sep 2013 12:26:04 -0700 > Subject: Re: [John Muir Trail] tent selection > > Don Amundson wrote: > > Can anyone beat those numbers or do we crown Barbara Queen of Tents? > > > I have one 10-person tent, 2 4-person tents, 6 2-person tents, and a > tarptent. > I think that's pretty normal for a person over 50 who's been > backpacking/llama packing/tent camping since high school and never gets > rid of anything that is still functional. Is there a 12 step group for > this? >
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