[at-l] Measuring Wheels

Pete Randrup hardhead at 1956.usna.com
Tue Feb 13 11:36:34 CST 2007

Jim --

A gal out in Washington State, Bette Filley, did that.  She was
sure that the generally regarded distances were incorrect, so
she grabbed her kids and a measuring wheel and did a check
on the trails of Mount Rainier.  She wrote the definitive book
on the mountain, published about 12-yrs. ago, and still on
the shelves of your neighborhood book seller, or on the web
at Alibris and Amazon.

Read recently that a part of the AT was measure thusly too.
Can't remember the source though.

Best to you,

Pete Randrup

On Feb 13, 2007, at 9:31, Jim Lynch wrote:

> Has anyone used a measuring wheel to measure distances on trails?  Any
> recommendations?  thnx!
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