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    I've been up there roughly a dozen times and...

    I've been up there roughly a dozen times and never been into the museum... so I think your "assumptions are likely very high".

    Tim
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    Not only are K2 and Annapurna more technically...

    Not only are K2 and Annapurna more technically difficult, there are far, far fewer other people there able to assist. Sounds like the top echelon expeditions help the lesser ones out on Everest...
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    You mean like parking at the gym before going...

    You mean like parking at the gym before going inside and walking on a treadmill?

    Tim
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    Yes. In fact, I went car-to-car at the end...

    Yes. In fact, I went car-to-car at the end asking if anyone was willing to give me and Gryffin a ride. Maybe nobody wanted a wet dog in their car, and I don't blame them, but my backup plan was...
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    I did a Basin -> Liberty -> Flume -> Liberty ->...

    I did a Basin -> Liberty -> Flume -> Liberty -> Little Haystack -> Lincoln -> Lafayette -> OBP -> Bike Path -> Basin once in winter (with Gryffin) and it was a grind... a few snowmobiles to wake me...
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    Walking from the parking lot at Cannon (Peabody...

    Walking from the parking lot at Cannon (Peabody Lot) around the loop and back adds about 7.2 miles :) From the Tram lot it adds about 5 miles. We are talking about hiking, right? And we do the...
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    While I donít disagree with the recent opinions,...

    While I donít disagree with the recent opinions, I do think there is a fundamental point being missed and that is the assumption that visitors will gleefully change their destination to something...
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    Waiting for the "unintended consequences"......

    Waiting for the "unintended consequences"... where will the spillover flood next?!? Garfield and the Twins seem likely candidates. I don't think most people are fond of waiting for a shuttle these...
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    Taken to the extreme, unless you solo it, is it...

    Taken to the extreme, unless you solo it, is it truly "yours"? What's really left in the northeast that's truly wild these days? Not a whole lot. The NEHH has herd paths and tracks for anyone to...
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    The text I have seen recommends that drivers drop...

    The text I have seen recommends that drivers drop off passengers in order to minimize the number of shuttle riders. Also, at least for now, dogs are welcome on the shuttle.

    Tim
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    Except now that is the last person. Only half...

    Except now that is the last person. Only half tongue-in-cheek. If arranged fastest to slowest, every single person could get left behind. Groups with a must-stay-together rule typically put the...
  12. https://www.cooscountynh.us/sites/cooscountynh/fil...

    https://www.cooscountynh.us/sites/cooscountynh/files/minutes/05-8-19.pdf

    Tim
  13. Most modern browsers have an incognito mode...

    Most modern browsers have an incognito mode (browse in private, ...) which will discard any cookies or other traces of activity once closed.

    Tim
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    They still stayed with a group and followed the...

    They still stayed with a group and followed the trail, right? ;)

    (you should never feed someone else's dog without permission)

    Tim
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    Never underestimate the hiking ability of a dog. ...

    Never underestimate the hiking ability of a dog. They quite naturally do most things right - stay with the group, follow the trail, wait at intersections, etc. Maybe an occasional tangent for an...
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    July 4, 2008, there were a few guys skiing "the...

    July 4, 2008, there were a few guys skiing "the beach" (the snowfield above the knees) on Jefferson.

    Tim
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    The "problem" with trail work is that you don't...

    The "problem" with trail work is that you don't get to pick the days and still count it with an organization. And yes, there is always cycling and hiking not to mention working on one's own yard,...
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    I was in the Southern Presidential Range today. ...

    I was in the Southern Presidential Range today. The snow is constant above 2800'. Worse snowshoes for a good bit - except on the longer rockier stretches above treeline.

    Tim
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    They were omnipresent yesterday at Miller State...

    They were omnipresent yesterday at Miller State Park. Not really biting just yet, but definitely violating personal space.

    Tim
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    Pemi @ Lincoln just over 12,000 cfps having...

    Pemi @ Lincoln just over 12,000 cfps having topped out near 18,000 (+7'!) in the last 48 hours.

    I made the decision to stay home and ride :) (if that makes you feel better ;))

    Tim
  21. Or bring a long section of icemaker line and...

    Or bring a long section of icemaker line and enough water :)

    Tim
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    USGS Topo Maps list it officially as "Zealand...

    USGS Topo Maps list it officially as "Zealand Ridge", so maybe you're not alone ;)

    Tim
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    It sounds to me like it's not really all that...

    It sounds to me like it's not really all that different than hiking the NH 48 and skipping things like Hight, Clay and Guyot.

    Tim
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    Hale Brook blazes were at waist level today, and...

    Hale Brook blazes were at waist level today, and some trees had the roots visible. Near the summit of Hale, there were some bare stretches, and about 20 or 30 feet of thin ice.

    Tim
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    I found a mirror of it on GitHub:...

    I found a mirror of it on GitHub: https://bmhatfield.github.io/white-mountains/

    Tim
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