Another way to continue to BLFS
Another thing you could do is put all the BLFS packages on CD's (They'll fit on 3 cd's). So you can build BLFS from within your new LFS environment.
I made my cd's by chapter:
The BLFS book and all the packages for chapters 1-28 fit on CD #1, chapters 29-34 are on CD #2, and CD #3 has all the rest plus source for extra games and other things I wanted to add after the official BLFS packages.
If you make Links or Lynx one of the first things to compile and install, then you can have the html version of the book open in one virtual terminal while building packages in another. That way you don't have to print the whole thing.
This process then gets easier once X windows is built and you can layer your terminal windows so you can see the lynx and build windows at the same time.
Putting all the packages on cd's might seem like a lot of work up front, but it was the best solution for me because the system I was building did not have a high speed internet connection, so I could not download individual packages on demand.
In my opinion, this wasn't any more work that having to chroot and remember to mount the extra file systems each time I turned the machine on to work on it. But, you might see things differently.