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November 05, 2012

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Tom Scully

Jason,

Never know where internet wanderings might go. Somehow arrived here and caught a glimpse of your Antarctic experiences since I got to know you a little bit on the Allagash twenty years or so ago.

Remember some spirited hacky sack kicking and frisbee chucking, and happily carrying a canoe on my head for a couple of miles as highlights. Treacherously high water at the beginning of the trip also comes to mind.

My two daughters have been at CMF for the last five years, my oldest will go up to the Allagash next summer hopefully.

I've shown up there on occasion to fix a leak or repair a stair tread. The place hasn't changed much.

I live in Ithaca NY. Build stuff for a living. House renovation, custom cabinets, etc.

Congratulations on your book. Hope there are more literary successes to come.

Tom Scully

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