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Old 07-24-2012, 05:50 PM   #8
Huginn og Muninn
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"Exploring the 46 Adirondack High Peaks" was the first book I bought about the Adirondacks some 15 years ago. I purchased it with intentions of using it as a guidebook, but find that I enjoy the history and anecdotes more as PA Ridgerunner and Joe alluded to. Usually if I am intending to do one of the peaks, I will also read the section beforehand and make a brief outline on a piece of paper that I'm not worried about getting wet or losing. The book is more of a reference to me and too large physically to really use as a guidebook. I do find myself pulling it off the shelf fairly often just for enjoyment when I am thinking about a particular area or hike.

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