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    I ain’t sayin nuttin.��

    I ain’t sayin nuttin.��
  2. Thread: Osseo trail ?

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    Thanks , I appreciate the info.

    Thanks , I appreciate the info.
  3. Thread: Osseo trail ?

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    Osseo trail ?

    I donít remember. Are there any water crossings or water sources on the way up to Mt. Flume ?
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    It also lets you look courteous at the same time !

    It also lets you look courteous at the same time !
  5. Very reasonable requirements. Easy to abide by....

    Very reasonable requirements. Easy to abide by. Thanks ��
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    As suggested, I feel that the states that don’t...

    As suggested, I feel that the states that don’t have many cases of infections should open up. As long as people can be considerate of others and follow the guidelines and just practice common sense....
  7. The "Grid Trust" will support and observe the...

    The "Grid Trust" will support and observe the "Hiker Moratorium" in New Hampshire.
    All lists. This will continue "Through to the end of the New Hampshire Corvid-19 [sic]
    Stay at Home Order
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    That said, there's no reason why people can't...

    That said, there's no reason why people can't travel across state boundaries to hike, paddle, etc., and remain safe and socially distant. Bring your own food and beverages, find appropriate...
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    I love this stuff. Thanks for posting.

    I love this stuff. Thanks for posting.
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    I agree with this analogy ! Makes a lot of sense...

    I agree with this analogy ! Makes a lot of sense to me.
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    But if we had universal daily testing, and a...

    But if we had universal daily testing, and a vaccine, today, mark my words: there would be some new obstacle put forward to try to prevent a return to "normalcy." Of course there is always more work...
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    White Mountain News. ...

    White Mountain News. https://www.concordmonitor.com/NH-COVID-19-update-for-Saturday-April-25-34054695 As of Saturday
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    I’ve been pretty much hiking fairly close to...

    I’ve been pretty much hiking fairly close to home. I go early and try to find little used trails that I’ve found in the past. I also try to hike on these trails on weekdays as opposed to weekends....
  14. . I think that the terrain alone would be more...

    . I think that the terrain alone would be more dangerous especially if youíre not more careful. If you slip or trip, the chance of a more severe injury are much greater.
  15. Not quite as easily. I think itís a lot more...

    Not quite as easily. I think itís a lot more risky hiking in the mountains than it would be hiking across your front yard.
  16. Good. The sooner we pull together on this the...

    Good. The sooner we pull together on this the sooner it will pass.if we don’t , it will take longer.
  17. As of today, reservation rd. is closed. No...

    As of today, reservation rd. is closed. No parking at trailheads.
  18. Officials want to close Pawtuckaway state park

    https://www.unionleader.com/news/health/coronavirus/officials-ask-governor-to-close-pawtuckaway-state-park-to-limit-covid-19-spread/article_bd9b91ed-e750-557f-b9a7-3dcc3aefb4ef.html. I was there last...
  19. good thinking. We should all be considerate of...

    good thinking. We should all be considerate of others.
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    I have bad feet (bunions) and downhills with...

    I have bad feet (bunions) and downhills with boots and even more so with snowshoes and boots really do a job on my feet by the time I finish my hike. It seems the longer heels on the 25” snowshoes...
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    Downhills have been the problem with my 25”...

    Downhills have been the problem with my 25” snowshoes. I have no problems on the uphills. Thanks for all the help. I get lots of good information from this forum.
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    Good notice. I would most likely use these on...

    Good notice. I would most likely use these on most of the popular trails in the White Mountains.And, not for breaking trails in deep snow.
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    Are MSR snowshoes too small?

    Iím considering buying a pair of 22Ē MSR snowshoes. I weigh 180 lbs. would these be too small for me? I feel like a smaller size would be less cumbersome. I think that I would be able to maneuver a...
  24. Thread: Water filter

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    ”Using Sawyer bags and the squeeze was a much...

    ”Using Sawyer bags and the squeeze was a much longer and more irritating process, especially based on the water source used. The weight of a pump style filter is more than offset by it's speed and...
  25. Thread: Water filter

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    Water filter

    During the warmer months,when hiking in the mountains on day hikes, Iíll generally carry at least 3 quarts of water in my backpack. I was considering buying a sawyer water filter and bringIng less...
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