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    They weren't wild tigers and Roy was a...

    They weren't wild tigers and Roy was a professional..... (another event occurring on my birthday.....:rolleyes:)

    Better Doug than me.
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    Thank you Stan for the fond walk down memory lane.

    Thank you Stan for the fond walk down memory lane.
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    I suspect the contractor, hopefully insured, or...

    I suspect the contractor, hopefully insured, or the AMC will have a fine to pay and if possible restore the habitat.

    Curious why they were building a dam after so many efforts have been made to...
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    Can any of the winter 46'ers comment on how well...

    Can any of the winter 46'ers comment on how well traveled the more remote peaks are? NH has the Bonds, Isolation and Owl's Head. The first three have trails, some have bushwhacked off them while...
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    I used it for putting together a Lonesome Lake,...

    I used it for putting together a Lonesome Lake, KRT trip & for a Franconia Ridge traverse and there was one short steep part between Cannon & Lonesome but it's not bad. Other's have answered the...
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    "In my experience, on a viewless day, the view is...

    "In my experience, on a viewless day, the view is similar regardless of the peak that you are on. That said, as they say, no two clouds are alike. "

    Macomb s great views up high but I had on my...
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    From the Loj, Street and Nye. Street has a vie...

    From the Loj, Street and Nye. Street has a vie in an opening through the trees. You don't want to do it after a lot of rain though as the first crossing can be hard when high.

    From the Garden,...
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    A poodle fell into a pit? :D

    A poodle fell into a pit? :D
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    - If hiking in winter, double up on the light...

    - If hiking in winter, double up on the light stuff, hats, gloves, headlamps and food.
    - I'd add October to the unpredictable weather, by November, you can expect it to be cold, in October, it can...
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    If that remains the story, I hope he enjoys...

    If that remains the story, I hope he enjoys spending their inheritance. :D
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    Will buy one when I can pay cash at a location...

    Will buy one when I can pay cash at a location just like the parking pass. $25 a year, IMO is too high, my car can bring five people up to the Whites, $20 for parking when you factor the per person...
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    Poll: Yes, however, I have no credit card information...

    Yes, however, I have no credit card information attached to my account. I don't travel daily through any tool system but monthly will be either in NY, NH, MA or NJ, sometimes two or three different...
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    Fall hiking, and there was much rejoicing!

    Fall hiking, and there was much rejoicing!
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    Poll: Not in it's current form. It's an annual...

    Not in it's current form. It's an annual payment, to help in case of an accident. $25.00 a year for walking in the woods insurance. I'll retain the risk myself. I'm also not a fan of buying it...
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    5047 Sandy Stream is almost a guarantee but it...

    5047 Sandy Stream is almost a guarantee but it may not be wise to get this close.
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    If I was staying at the White Mountain Hostel and...

    If I was staying at the White Mountain Hostel and planning on hiking Carrigain from Sawyer River Road, I'd take West Side Road to 302 Vs. going back on the Kanc and then picking up Bear Notch.
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    BTW, North Conway is rural compared to driving...

    BTW, North Conway is rural compared to driving through Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, TN just in case anyone has Clingman's Dome and the South over 6,000 list in mind for "what's next". (They have one...
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    There are alternates on the west and east of...

    There are alternates on the west and east of 16/302. They don't bypass the entire area but most of it. I've found that it's mostly shoppers not hikers and the breakfast crowd that bogs everything...
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    I believe to be more precise, North Conway is a...

    I believe to be more precise, North Conway is a zoo. The White Mountain Hostel is close enough to make a quick trip to EMS or Bean but far enough away and on not 16/302 so it doesn't feel that bad. ...
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    The hikers passing is sad news Regarding...

    The hikers passing is sad news

    Regarding those who declined, if they were late for dinner, yeah, that's a shame. On the other hand, we don't know if they had headlamps, warm enough clothing,...
  21. Oddly, The Greylock hike while further away, may...

    Oddly, The Greylock hike while further away, may be the easier one to reach as it has a lot of highway and then 7 moves pretty well. (better than 4 and 44 in CT)
    Monadnock also is mostly highway.
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  22. Mt. Wachusetts - Echo Lake, High Meadow, Jack Frost, MT House up, Mt. House, JF & Adm

    Date of Hike: 8/29/2014

    Trail Conditions: Dry, bone dry,

    Special Equipment Required: Sunglasses, camera,


    Comments: Of note, all water crossings were dry, East Wachusett Brook, and all...
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    1. Do you carry a topo map in your pocket, in...

    1. Do you carry a topo map in your pocket, in your pack or leave it back in your vehicle? (this should be an excellent topo, not something designed to plan hikes)

    shouldn't I plan hikes with an...
  24. Thoughts on a ten mile single car day hike in Southern New England

    Looking for suggestions for a hike of 10-11.5 miles in southern New England.

    Doing it as part of a Scouting Merit Badge. Must be at least 10 so the Pumpelly trail up Monodnock is a mile short. ...
  25. Poll: Lincoln is to iconic to delete. (would it lower...

    Lincoln is to iconic to delete. (would it lower the traffic up there? maybe deleting it is not so bad then).

    When they updated the list last, they added Bondcliff and, I believe, Galehead as at...
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