[pct-l] Libido and the Hiker

Tortoise Tortoise73 at charter.net
Fri Sep 29 18:54:59 CDT 2006


Very very important ! ! ! ! !
Especially in these days of almost unlimited liability.

First chapter should be on identifying poison oak and other noxious and 
toxic plants so your readers can identify and avoid the plants as well 
as embarrassing rashes and other ailments in unmentionable parts of 
one's anatomy.  Emphasis the dangers so some naive couple in the heat of 
passion doesn't get into something else they shouldn't -- like a poison 
oak patch.


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Reinhold Metzger wrote:
> Trekker 4,
> Don't talk like that to a sweet &  innocent little girl like ''Tarvalee''.
> SEE!!!.......You are making her blush......shame on you, you big brute!!!!
> I can see from your blunt & forward advances you really need to brush up and
> polish your method of getting to first base with the girls.
> Obviously you have not been very successful in the past, which would explain
> your frantic, but unsuccessful search for my book '' Sex In The
> Wilderness.''
> I apologize or not pointing out that ''Sex In The Wilderness'' is a work in
> progress and has not yet been published. I can see, however, from the great
> interest it has created that I must expend all my energy to completing this
> book as soon as possible, so the first edition will be available for the
> class of 2007 kick-off.
> It will be a must for every PCT thru-hiker..... it will be like a
> backpackers bible.....hand in hand with yogi's  PCT Guide Book  backpackers
> will have all the information to deal with anything that may confront them
> on the trail.
> P.S. Trekker 4,  I think you should apologize to Tarvalee and send her some
> roses.
> JMT Reinhold
> Author, of soon to be published, ''Sex In The Wilderness'' how to do it on
> the trail, off the trail, in the bushes, in the bivy sack and  99  other
> ways
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Trekker4 at aol.com
> To: Hiker97 at aol.com ; reinholdmetzger at cox.net ; Tarvalee at aol.com ;
> pct-l at backcountry.net
> Sent: Friday, September 29, 2006 8:51 AM
> Subject: Re: [pct-l] Libido and the Hiker
>     Catching up on my emails, I soon discovered that every response to
> Switchback's original Libido and the Hiker post was posted twice. What does
> this mean? Deleting the duplicates still left a lot of reading and study,
> but long before I finished my dirty mind had formulated new names for the
> acronym PCT.
>     Bighummel, I sure don't remember any such fine print. Perhaps at your
> next Bylaws Meeting you can change that rule from prudish to purient.
>     When I got to Reinhold's first post, I rushed to my large backpacking
> and outdoor library, over 20 ft worth, assuming he wrote the book Sex in the
> Outdoors, found in the Basics section of my library. Alas, that book was
> writen by Buck Tilton (Backpacker Magazine columnist) and Robert Rose, MD
> (to assist in identifying rashes from unknown PCT vegitation, I guess). Upon
> discovering that serious deficit in my library, I rushed to Amazon.com (but
> checked PCTA first -  see my previous post today) to remedy the defect. A
> title search gave 88 hits, but not Reihold's book; an author search gave 0
> hits. I'm deeply disappointed; perhaps the book is privately published, is
> an ebook, or is too risque for even Amazon; so I trust that Reinhold will
> elighten us as to how to obtain such a classic.
>     I'm quite jealous of those who live in CA, WA, or OR, and can actually,
> and somewhat conveniently, test the various theories put forth recently.
> Those of us living further away can only wait, wonder, and watch? Perhaps
> someone will post videos - off the PCT-L please.
>     Uh, Tarvalee, are you, uh, busy next spring? I can see that you're shy
> and inhibited, but I, would really like to get to know you better; and, uh,
> can I wear my Dirty Girl gaiters to bed?
> Bob "Trekker"
> Big Bend Desert Denizen
> Naturalized Citizen - Republic of Texas
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