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  1. Wow. Just...wow. NB: from the article: In...

    Wow. Just...wow.

    NB: from the article:

    In New Hampshire’s White Mountains, [Underwood's] pace slowed to one mile per hour as he broke new trail through thigh-deep snow."

    Dude -- you weren't...
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    Oh, do go on, please...tell us more.

    Oh, do go on, please...tell us more.
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    [Thread drift] Agreed -- Dream Lake is lovely....

    [Thread drift] Agreed -- Dream Lake is lovely. And the Bald Cap Peak ledges look like a worthy (and easy) snowshoe destination.
  4. [Okay -- I just need to let you know that I...

    [Okay -- I just need to let you know that I really enjoy reading these "nuggets of background information" that you post from time to time. In other words, please keep doing this.]
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    NOTE: about two weeks ago, there was rotting...

    NOTE: about two weeks ago, there was rotting moose carcass right at/near the viewpoint for the falls. One could smell it from the Peabody Brook Trail.
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    Ahhhhh...good point. Probably would help if I had...

    Ahhhhh...good point. Probably would help if I had read the FB post.

    To the OP's point: the trails don't seem that much trashier than usual for this time of year EXCEPT that we've noticed more...
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    Interesting -- I know that AMC professional and...

    Interesting -- I know that AMC professional and volunteer crews have worked on both trails in the past few years; would they do this if the AMC wasn't the regular trail adopter?
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    Yes -- agreed -- the humor alone is/was worth the...

    Yes -- agreed -- the humor alone is/was worth the read.
  9. No -- the restrictions are still there. The lot...

    No -- the restrictions are still there. The lot for Falling Waters looked pretty full yesterday at about 9:00 am as we drove by.
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    Hmmmmmmmm...we are intrigued now. Thanks for...

    Hmmmmmmmm...we are intrigued now. Thanks for reminding me about this.
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    I would agree -- and this has been the case for...

    I would agree -- and this has been the case for quite some time. Years ago, a nephew of mine wanted to volunteer to do trail work for the AMC; we were surprised to see how much it cost to,...
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    Sorta NH's Piltdown Man...

    Sorta NH's Piltdown Man?
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    As do I. (I neither fish, hunt, boat, nor own...

    As do I.

    (I neither fish, hunt, boat, nor own an OHRV -- that leaves pretty much just hiking.)
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    Years ago, we drove a 1972 Land Rover FC-101. It...

    Years ago, we drove a 1972 Land Rover FC-101. It did stick out, not only because of the way it looked but also because, on the few times it had to be driven on the highway, I had to keep it in the...
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    Agreed. And from personal experience, as soon as...

    Agreed. And from personal experience, as soon as I read that he was on the Downes Brook Trail at this time of year, I didn't need to read the article much further to know that the water crossings...
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    Pretty bad in Sandwich Notch yesterday wherever...

    Pretty bad in Sandwich Notch yesterday wherever there wasn't any good breeze -- definitely a head net and long-sleeved shirt day, in spite of the warm temperatures.
  17. The article indicates that Jericho Mountain State...

    The article indicates that Jericho Mountain State Park will open to NH residents only on May 23 -- I wonder: does NH alone generate much ATV use, and when will out-of-state ATV-ers be encouraged to...
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    As somebody who works in this industry, I would...

    As somebody who works in this industry, I would first contact the owners of the house in Maine and discuss what sort of flexibility they'll allow for cancellations, in light of the industry disarray...
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    So, if I interpret this correctly: it doesn't...

    So, if I interpret this correctly: it doesn't matter how one enters the WMNF (a trail on private property, or being dropped off by someone so as not to park at a trailhead), it is illegal to be in...
  20. So many pieces of the puzzle are still being...

    So many pieces of the puzzle are still being researched. But, exposure is exposure; the less, the better.

    Check this out, in particular the 3D simulation of the visualization of a cough, showing...
  21. Sticky: No. Just...no.

    No. Just...no.
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    So, following up on a post of mine on another...

    So, following up on a post of mine on another thread, we've recently noticed quite a few out-of-state plates at local trailheads, and some of these trails are in more remote areas. While we have no...
  23. Thanks for the heads-up. Here in New Hampshire...

    Thanks for the heads-up.

    Here in New Hampshire on Saturday, we were a bit surprised to see that the trailheads for even some of the normally quiet and usually secluded trails near our home were...
  24. Very interesting. For us now, long -- but...

    Very interesting.

    For us now, long -- but local -- hikes are the order of the day. We can avoid any "clusters of hikers," and interact from a short distance with anyone we meet, while still...
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    Poll: Agreed. (Also, if the software that you select...

    Agreed.

    (Also, if the software that you select allows short, one-word answers/responses, that would be helpful?)
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