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    Congrats - sounds like a fun time!

    Congrats - sounds like a fun time!
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    And meteorological winter Is December 1st thru...

    And meteorological winter Is December 1st thru the end of February. :)

    Re: The 'Patch' - whomever gives out the patch gets to set the standard. So, AMC says start after the Winter Solstice,...
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    Yeah - not a lot of posts lately. People can...

    Yeah - not a lot of posts lately. People can still use 'Trip Reports' to post. I haven't hike much in the last year, so I haven't had much to report sadly.
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    The wildest part is seeing the summit treeless -...

    The wildest part is seeing the summit treeless - that's wild! I wonder what the summit was like before it was logged (how tall were the 'old growth' trees at that elevation?).
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    It looks like bad luck. I checked a few other...

    It looks like bad luck. I checked a few other things that require permits and they appear to be working!
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    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=%22recreation.gov+went+down+o...

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=%22recreation.gov+went+down+on+Jan+30%2C+2019%22+vftt
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    Counterpoint: https://xkcd.com/1314/ :)

    Counterpoint: https://xkcd.com/1314/ :)
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    Given the choice, I'd probably follow the trail...

    Given the choice, I'd probably follow the trail in this circumstance. But I'd also read the guidebook and study the map ahead of time. The turn at Gem Pool is well noted.

    I had a friend lead a...
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    I think they try to keep it below 50 or so to...

    I think they try to keep it below 50 or so to help manage moisture. The care taker manages the stove and usually lights it up to help people dry off their gear and then let's it die off overnight. I...
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    At gray knob I just use my 20-degree bag and I am...

    At gray knob I just use my 20-degree bag and I am usually plenty warm. I usually only stay on Sunday nights so I imagine with a full house it might get even warmer.

    If you stay at Crag you'll...
  11. Wow. Hope the injuries aren't serious/long term,...

    Wow. Hope the injuries aren't serious/long term, but it's a pretty bonkers answer to "How'd you get that scar?", even if it was only an 80lb cat.
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    Woah - that would have been a sight to see!

    Woah - that would have been a sight to see!
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    In terms of icy mess, the Swift River in Tamworth...

    In terms of icy mess, the Swift River in Tamworth (south of the distillery) is now dammed up and flowing each of it's usual channel. It was neat to walk on the 4+ feet of ice that now fill the main...
  14. I know the terms "intoxicated" and "drunk" are...

    I know the terms "intoxicated" and "drunk" are generally used interchangeably, but to me intoxication feels more like a technical term (presence of alcohol in the blood), while drunk feels more like...
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    When you open the link, on the top left, click...

    When you open the link, on the top left, click the 'Layer List' icon (2nd from the left), then you'll see what JoshandBaron was referencing with regards to lidar data.
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    8 hours of not moving on the Brothers/Fort/Coe...

    8 hours of not moving on the Brothers/Fort/Coe hike? Was it the slow going? :)
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    About 18 hours on day 2 of an overnight. From...

    About 18 hours on day 2 of an overnight. From near the top of the Isolation West trail over Washington, around Clay and Jefferson, over Adams and Madison, down the DW Scout trail. First hike of the...
  18. I thought Tim waa talking about the gate on RT 3,...

    I thought Tim waa talking about the gate on RT 3, not Little River Rd.
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    Thread bump in case people are looking to donate...

    Thread bump in case people are looking to donate at the end of the year. Although not sure if this is tax deductible.
  20. Having done the 100 mile wilderness, I think...

    Having done the 100 mile wilderness, I think notorious is a good word for it. It's certainly well know, and it's well know for being rough and rooty with a couple potential difficult crossings. The...
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    My understanding is that this was a backpacker...

    My understanding is that this was a backpacker who had stayed the previous night at Kinsman Pond. Unclear how long they were out and if they stopped by the hut on their way out. Given where they were...
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    I did a crossing of Cascade Brook in high water...

    I did a crossing of Cascade Brook in high water once. It was scary, so we went upstream quite a ways and found a good spot to go from the North side to the South side. This was a few Memorial Days...
  23. Always good to know that work = mv^2. The mass of...

    Always good to know that work = mv^2. The mass of the air is roughly constant from minute to minute, so you are left with velocity. As velocity increases, the work it can do (force exerted on a...
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    The Pemi gauge in Lincoln from Friday looked odd....

    The Pemi gauge in Lincoln from Friday looked odd....
  25. We always did our orienteering courses in the...

    We always did our orienteering courses in the woods (medium thick) where you could walk ok, but generally couldn't see more than 50-100 feet. Trying to pick out a tree and keeping an eye on it would...
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