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Reckoning at Harts Pass. Contributor(s): Elizabeth G. Macalaster; Publisher: Martin Point Press; ISBN ; Publication Date: Jan 1, author of Reckoning at Harts Pass, offers a conversation with the book's technical advisor in an engaging talk on the. Pacific Crest Trail, today's. Reckoning at Hart's Pass; Turtle Fur and ______; “Hiker trash” goes to Stanford; PCT DAYS is scheduled for September ,
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