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    Important to note that having 'zero cases'...

    Important to note that having 'zero cases' doesn't mean that no one has the virus. The data currently has about a 4 day lag, which means the case data you are seeing is from 4 days ago. This will be...
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    It has the Bishop Climbers Coalition logo on it,...

    It has the Bishop Climbers Coalition logo on it, but it's not on their FB page: https://www.facebook.com/BishopAreaClimbersCoalition/

    However, it was on their Instagram page:...
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    I find the unpaired quote disturbing.

    I find the unpaired quote disturbing.
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    Interesting perspective - thanks for sharing....

    Interesting perspective - thanks for sharing. Never treated with permethrine before, but might be worth it now that we spend more time down low in the woods. Definitely lots of deer around our place,...
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    First tick of the season

    Walking along the Swift River in Tamworth today and came back with a tick. Was dismayed to see it's a deer tick too. I guess it's officially spring.

    I didn't think deer ticks were common north of...
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    Thanks for sharing this. We'll see if anyone...

    Thanks for sharing this. We'll see if anyone replies with a survivorship bias story.
  7. I had actually looked late last week to see if...

    I had actually looked late last week to see if the MWAC was still posting things. I was surprised they were.
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    Thanks, Chris. I hope she makes a full and speedy...

    Thanks, Chris. I hope she makes a full and speedy recovery.
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    Well thankfully you're not the one making the...

    Well thankfully you're not the one making the decisions.
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    Nope - redlining is just doing everything in the...

    Nope - redlining is just doing everything in the White Mountain Guide.
  11. https://www.int-res.com/articles/cr2004/26/c026p00...

    https://www.int-res.com/articles/cr2004/26/c026p001.pdf

    The reduced air traffic from 9/11 was studied. Interesting results.
  12. Confirmed cases might be low in your area, but...

    Confirmed cases might be low in your area, but community spread happens quickly and well before positives start making news. Assume the number of actual cases is much much higher. It can be spread...
  13. AIDs is a pandemic, but it's not contagious like...

    AIDs is a pandemic, but it's not contagious like COVID-19. I regularly interact with people who are HIV+ and those interactions are not risky.

    The rest, while serious, never caused Wildcat to...
  14. What makes it ridiculous? The idea that anyone...

    What makes it ridiculous? The idea that anyone would get hurt, or that medical services are likely to be overrun in the coming weeks? Or something else I am missing?
  15. The Swift River in Tamworth was running a bit...

    The Swift River in Tamworth was running a bit higher than usual this weekend. The snow pack in town was already pretty patchy, with only shady spots and deeper drifts left. Last year we dug out a...
  16. Thread: Smarts Mt

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    I think that's the sign I was thinking of. I...

    I think that's the sign I was thinking of. I remember be confused my first time up because I didn't expect to find another signed trail.

    The strava heat map is a neat way to see if trails get much...
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    That potential shame drives a lot of my decision...

    That potential shame drives a lot of my decision making too. Freak accident, whatever; dumb decisions, nope!

    That approach sounds like how I got down the Boott Spur Link in the dark in a snow...
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    He was unlikely to have type 1 fun, I'd think....

    He was unlikely to have type 1 fun, I'd think. Glad he ask about the trail and glad he had knowledgeable people there to answer him.
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    Poll: Agreed. The value of most trip reports/trail...

    Agreed. The value of most trip reports/trail conditions are for the following days and weeks. Recreating would be fine, but need need to save everything IMO.
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    I've broken trail from the summit down to the hut...

    I've broken trail from the summit down to the hut and it wasn't bad - the corridor was pretty obvious and trail finding wasn't an issue.

    Given that it's a NOBO hike, you'll have the opportunity to...
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    People do tag it from the hut with some...

    People do tag it from the hut with some frequency. It probably gets a lot less use by day hikers unless they're doing a very big day.
  22. Thread: Smarts Mt

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    Ahhh, that makes more sense given that I didn't...

    Ahhh, that makes more sense given that I didn't remember seeing a snowmobile trail up there on any of my hikes. :)
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    Finally Made It to Arches!

    I visited Arches in late February as part of a trip from Denver to Salt Lake City. It was a fairly small detour from the route, but we still stayed a couple nights in Moab for about $100/night.
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    I haven't done the Clark Pond Trail (which might...

    I haven't done the Clark Pond Trail (which might be the 'snomobile trail' JoshandBaron referenced?). Lambert Ridge is quite nice, but I also enjoyed the Ranger trail too, so a semi-loop with those is...
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    Yeah, most of my friends in your weight range use...

    Yeah, most of my friends in your weight range use 22" shoes. A couple use 25". We rarely break trail through more than 6" of snow. The climbing bar and crampons are bigger factors for most of them...
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