[pct-l] Request for help with Wikipedia PCT entry

Steve Courtway scourtway at bpa-arch.com
Tue Sep 5 17:17:51 CDT 2006

Looks like Greg Hummel gets a mention now too !


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Subject: Re: [pct-l] Request for help with Wikipedia PCT entry

>I edited some of the discussion.  Putting in Martin Papendick  (1952) and
> Joanne and Marion Knezacek (1971).  Mary Carstens claims to be  the first 
> woman,
> but the Knezacek's are credible but I have not been able to  confirm
> additional information about their hike.
> Papendick should, IMHO, be heralded and honored as THE first person  to 
> walk
> dedicatedly from Canada to Mexico.
> Fun, fun, fun.
> Greg
> "To the  Backpacker time and place have no meaning. Independent and
> self-sustaining he is  his own master. That is the joy of backpacking. 
> Wandering where
> and when he  wishes, darkness finds him "everywhere at  home.""
> Clinton  C. Clarke in "The Pacific Crest Trailway"  1943
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