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    Sorry if I gave the wrong overall impression,...

    Sorry if I gave the wrong overall impression, Mollidgewock is a wonderful campground that generally provides a quieter and wilder experience. There are actually quite a few semi-secluded sites, and...
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    I used to provide supervision of Mollidgewock...

    I used to provide supervision of Mollidgewock from 2008 to 2020 and worked many service shifts at the park. All the state parks in the Great North Woods (Coos) except Umbagog, had always suffered...
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    Almost 30 years from hurricane Bob to which I had...

    Almost 30 years from hurricane Bob to which I had an exciting occurrence.
    I was with another couple on the Allagash and our trip only brought us to Eagle Lake and back. The last night we were to...
  4. I agree CaptCaper regarding the Cog. Sorry if my...

    I agree CaptCaper regarding the Cog. Sorry if my writing can be poor at times. I know the track foreman and know how innovative and hard working these folks are. I'm looking forward to getting a...
  5. I assumed the funds were specific accumulated...

    I assumed the funds were specific accumulated funds for railroad improvement projects, and earmarked as such, so not necessarily to the detriment of non railroad state supported projects, and maybe...
  6. Agreed. When younger I mooned and disliked the...

    Agreed. When younger I mooned and disliked the Cog as an intrusion on nature, but as my perspective on the world widened I came to appreciate it's place in the mountains and our history (and a love...
  7. There is no developed camping on the shoreline,...

    There is no developed camping on the shoreline, but Somerset Reservoir in the Green Mt. NF is one of the finest waterbodies I ever paddled on, there is almost no human development visible when you...
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    The majority of state park workers in any of the...

    The majority of state park workers in any of the northern New England states are seasonal part-time workers. There are only a handful of full-time, year-round, permanent state government jobs in...
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    Fran Rautiola was the just about the most solid...

    Fran Rautiola was the just about the most solid and able mountain hiker I ever knew. When he accomplished his 24 hr. record and was working at S&S, it was neat how many of the young guys at S&S...
  10. Thread: April snowstorm

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    3 inches right now. Rather pretty.

    3 inches right now. Rather pretty.
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    I haven't commented on this prior as I was very...

    I haven't commented on this prior as I was very close to the issue and Casella went sue crazy on many of the project opponents who I know well. Saw mention yesterday of a counter-suit against...
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    A Fall Down Tuckerman's Right Gully

    Found this excellent first hand account in today's Conway Daily Sun, see page 13a. By local author and hiker Ed Parsons. I didn't see a discussion on this incident on this site yet, but could have...
  13. Thread: April snowstorm

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    I was jealous until it finally started in this...

    I was jealous until it finally started in this morning, just shy of 5" here so far. I was worried as we got no rain yesterday or last night save for a spit. Happy for any precip right now as I didn't...
  14. I was just thinking night before last to catch up...

    I was just thinking night before last to catch up with him for a hike. Only thing is he always wanted to get to the summit, while I wanted to explore off-trail away from summits.
  15. I know...too true, and probably why we straggle...

    I know...too true, and probably why we straggle out of the woods many times when when the available resources says we shouldn't. I manned the trailheads many times over 15 years at Monadnock, and it...
  16. Monadnock is interesting in that it's visitors...

    Monadnock is interesting in that it's visitors are such a broad group of people magnified with the high use. I really came to appreciate the diversity of hiker types there, one being many who...
  17. Night time and rainstorms used to be my favorite...

    Night time and rainstorms used to be my favorite times to hike this mountain, since it was when most people were gone.
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    Yeah, it would probably be a shame if a big...

    Yeah, it would probably be a shame if a big tourist to do happened on the flats. There is always the danger of some such attempt to open the door to some cheesy tourist attraction. We have a couple...
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    I agree with the example of Marty's in Danville....

    I agree with the example of Marty's in Danville. My wife and I have often discussed how some of our immediate surrounding areas would benefit from a combined retail and local flavor featured facility...
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    Same here, why are so many losing their footwear?...

    Same here, why are so many losing their footwear? I'm a Sorel type hiker and the more modern lace-up styles are snug and I never feel I'm going to lose them. I actually find myself hiking in mud...
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    Very cool. I haven't been there for at least a...

    Very cool. I haven't been there for at least a decade, but the Mountain Pond shelter east of Jackson in the WMNF was still nearly original when my wife & I last visited. We spent quite a bit of time...
  22. I have a friend in Milan who's family logs and I...

    I have a friend in Milan who's family logs and I mentioned 2 yrs. ago I had too much popple, and wondered if there was a market, as I think it is a fine (finish) building material. Geez I could have...
  23. Whoops- thanks for the correction! Smuggs...

    Whoops- thanks for the correction!

    Smuggs seemed too busy to think you could get away with it. 2 somewhat recent examples I had awareness about on NH Park land the offenders were awarded. I don't...
  24. NH Resident Sued for Tree Cutting in VT State Park

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  25. Thread: Maple Syrup

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    If you want it from an economically challenged...

    If you want it from an economically challenged area (Lancaster NH):
    https://fullerssugarhouse.com/
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