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    For solitude, Black Mountain Pond and Perkins...

    For solitude, Black Mountain Pond and Perkins Notch, with an emphasis on the latter.
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    Exactly. But, I do have to say that over the...

    Exactly.

    But, I do have to say that over the past few months we've been seeing more trash on the trail than usual -- usually food wrappers, plastic bottles, and the odd pile of toilet paper --...
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    If anyone ever wants to move to New Hampshire,...

    If anyone ever wants to move to New Hampshire, some of us here on this board are pretty well versed in NH land use law -- the stuff that can take a couple of decades to wrap one's head around and...
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    Yeah...I've been following this for a while,...

    Yeah...I've been following this for a while, interested because I've hiked/canyoneered in that area many, many times, until a few years ago, when the place began becoming way too busy even in the...
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    This NH Supreme Court ruling...

    This NH Supreme Court ruling from just four years ago is the most recent case I can recall -- about continuing public access to a beach over a private landowner's property. It seems pretty thorough,...
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    I agree that if a landowner receives a benefit...

    I agree that if a landowner receives a benefit that assumes public access, then that access should be allowed. I know of plenty of stories about land in current use with the recreational discount...
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    Here's the press release...

    Here's the press release for this -- there is a detour while the construction is in progress.
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    We still avoid Ferncroft for these -- and use the...

    We still avoid Ferncroft for these -- and use the Gordon Path, off of 113A, to access the trails. It adds about a mile, but avoids parking mess.
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    The same holds true for unauthorized camping...

    The same holds true for unauthorized camping along public-access hiking trails that traverse private property, often showcased (promoted?) on social media. I wonder when critical mass is reached and...
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    Agreed -- it was a bit rough when were there last...

    Agreed -- it was a bit rough when were there last fall.



    I second that -- Gordon Pond.
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    If we're coming in from the south, and feel the...

    If we're coming in from the south, and feel the need to head up Whiteface, we avoid Ferncroft pretty much at all costs, preferring instead to use the McCrillis Trail and McCrillis Path as access...
  12. Bring it on -- and lots of it.

    Bring it on -- and lots of it.
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    Could be an actual (not-very-common) black...

    Could be an actual (not-very-common) black bobcat. Or a hybrid, crossed between a bobcat and domestic cat.
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    Agreed -- but, from our experience over the past...

    Agreed -- but, from our experience over the past couple of months, it seems to be that most folks are funneling into already popular destinations, and not so much the more remote options.
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    This stuff, too -- these sorts of posts, like...

    This stuff, too -- these sorts of posts, like Jazzbo's about exploring the old railway line, and this one, about AT corridor and Hillwalker's pictures...this sort of stuff is what I like about this...
  16. Very cool -- in particular the switch. Thank...

    Very cool -- in particular the switch.

    Thank you for posting this!


    Oh -- and the boulder-blasting picture is excellent, too.

    It must have been pretty exploring that area and coming across...
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    Or just not quite "all there" in the head. ...

    Or just not quite "all there" in the head.

    I've not seen notice anywhere about whether a decision was made to bill him for the rescue?
  18. Amen. I've know we've debated the Fish and Game...

    Amen. I've know we've debated the Fish and Game funding issue for years here, but the problem is still around. I think the F&G officers I know would agree.
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    That's the problem -- the state's guidelines are...

    That's the problem -- the state's guidelines are vague, and ask lodging business owners to interpret and enforce what really should be a health policy decision, not an economic/business decision....
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    That is correct. A family member owns and...

    That is correct. A family member owns and operates a NH lodging establishment, and can attest that enforcement of NH standards is left to the establishment. Beyond that, and observing state capacity...
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    For what it's worth, NH still has a two-week...

    For what it's worth, NH still has a two-week quarantine in effect for people visiting the state from outside of New England for an "extended period of time."

    While the state's web site is unclear...
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    That same trend is taking place right now in a...

    That same trend is taking place right now in a number independent schools in Maine and New Hampshire, primarily those in smaller, more rural settings.
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    Thank you; well said.

    Thank you; well said.
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    In New Hampshire, virus transmission precautions...

    In New Hampshire, virus transmission precautions taken -- and enforced -- are definitely business-by-business. A couple of small bed and breakfasts in the Lakes Region are enforcing a...
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    Quite a bit of high wind and downed trees in...

    Quite a bit of high wind and downed trees in central NH, in particular the Lakes Region -- but not much rain, because of the storm tracking westward. When I checked the radar yesterday evening, it...
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