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tslater


Jul 3, 2006, 9:29 AM
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San Luis Obispo guidebooks in...  (North_America: United_States: California: Central_California_Coast: Bishop_s_Peak)
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They should be trickling into your local stores this week depending upon if they've been ordered already, shipping times due to holiday, etc. But they're done and out there... Thanks for being patient.

The 200+ page rewrite took a year and a half from start to the time it was out on the shelves. Not bad? I was reminded again how much work these things take and of how many people are involved (it was out of my hands since last June). I worked with a lot of great people and met some really cool new friends (the real payoff).

There are over ten years of evolution in this guidebook, so I hope you enjoy it. It has been a long, fun journey. :D


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What is the name of the guidebook?


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California Central Coast Climbs: San Luis Obispo


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Thanks for all your PM's and e-mails! I'm stoked that you are digging it! Has anyone tried a new place/route because of it? That's the goal. HWY 166 is still a bit toasty for a serious session. Better in the fall.


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