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    It shuts off as soon as the tiny type appears...

    It shuts off as soon as the tiny type appears when it is connected to the computer, too.

    I can hold the ENTER and PAGE buttons down when I start it, which is supposed to give me a screen through...
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    Until Saturday night, when it began happening...

    Until Saturday night, when it began happening again. I can’t get it started at all this time, however. As soon as the tiny type appears, it’s off. I already sent an email to Garmin, just waiting for...
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    Still closed at both ends as of Thursday, August...

    Still closed at both ends as of Thursday, August 16. Jersey barriers at both ends; don’t know why there is a barrier at the Crawford Path end, with the gate open. Maybe they were afraid someone would...
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    Finally getting around to an update: I did the...

    Finally getting around to an update: I did the factory reset (or whatever) per instructions from Garmin, and transferred some tracks into Basecamp to make Adventures and then deleted them, and the...
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    Thanks for responding so quickly, Doug. I...

    Thanks for responding so quickly, Doug.

    I removed the memory card before reformatting the unit; even with it out, I still had difficulty getting the unit started. (I saw online that the 62’s...
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    New GPS problem

    I turn on my Garmin GPSMAP 64st, the logo comes on the screen, but as soon as the tiny, blurry letters at the bottom of the screen appear, the unit turns itself off. Over and over again, until...
  7. FOUND on North Hancock — water bottle and insulated bottle

    On Thursday, January 11, 2018, I left the items just beyond the hikers’ gate at the far end of the Hancock Overlook parking lot, behind a birch tree to the right of the gate: A Nalgene water bottle...
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    On Osseo Trail, perhaps it’s a downlook because...

    On Osseo Trail, perhaps it’s a downlook because you have to go down to get the view.
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    Marvin, nice to have met you Friday. Hope you had...

    Marvin, nice to have met you Friday. Hope you had a safe trip home.

    That Facebook group is called ‘‘The 4,000 Footer Club-Climbing and Hiking in New Hampshire.’’
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    I suspect that Driver8 confused Rocket21 with...

    I suspect that Driver8 confused Rocket21 with Sierra, and, not realizing that, Rocket21 chose a name at random for Driver 8.

    But I could be wrong.
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    Eh. I didn’t even notice it until I was leaving....

    Eh. I didn’t even notice it until I was leaving.

    If they start setting up spy cameras, however ...
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    I don’t remember the sign being in the way of the...

    I don’t remember the sign being in the way of the view. I thought it was in the woods behind the summit cairn.

    On October 15, anyway.
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    I also finished the New England Hundred Highest...

    I also finished the New England Hundred Highest before I owned a GPS.

    My method was to look on Views From The Top for trip reports and copy and print out the ones that had good directions.

    I...
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    Papa, I don’t remember specifically, but I’m sure...

    Papa, I don’t remember specifically, but I’m sure it was somewhere around the Maine-New Hampshire-Canada junction. I know you did something either there or slightly south in New Hampshire (Mount...
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    Thanks for the info.

    Thanks for the info.
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    What about Castle Ravine? Some of those crossings...

    What about Castle Ravine? Some of those crossings are supposed to be pretty difficult anyway. Is hiking there out of the question until the next drought?
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    Hey, Papa Bear! I met your friend Melissa (and...

    Hey, Papa Bear! I met your friend Melissa (and Kent) a couple of months ago while hiking to Mount Isolation. She twice mentioned a friend of hers who seeks survey benchmarks, so the second time she...
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    Middle Moriah Mountain

    I don’t think that it is on any peakbagging list. But does it have a canister or peanut butter jar or sign or anything else denoting its summit? I was up there yesterday, and, though my GPS indicated...
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    I also noticed that path just behind Tecumseh’s...

    I also noticed that path just behind Tecumseh’s summit, but I didn’t investigate it far enough to discover that it led to a view. Next time.

    There is also a well-beaten or possibly cleared path...
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    https://farm6.staticflickr.com/5623/21364578245_22...

    https://farm6.staticflickr.com/5623/21364578245_227c403aa3_k.jpg
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    Here you can see the view of the talus fields...

    Here you can see the view of the talus fields from Bondcliff.

    https://farm1.staticflickr.com/704/21353611292_7ef51eef8b_k.jpg
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    Green square. Thanks for finding and posting that.

    Green square. Thanks for finding and posting that.
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    My ladyfriend, Susan, and I saw ‘‘A Walk in the...

    My ladyfriend, Susan, and I saw ‘‘A Walk in the Woods’’ last night and enjoyed it. We both had some thoughts on things we would like to have seen included, but agreed that some parts were right on...
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    I have recently climbed each of those mountains...

    I have recently climbed each of those mountains for the third time.

    For Owl’s Head, in July, I used the Franconia Falls bushwhack heading out (for the second time) and the Black Pond bushwhack...
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    David Roberts addressed the knack of writing...

    David Roberts addressed the knack of writing adventure books long ago, and I bet he would not disapprove of ‘‘A Walk in the Woods’’ (the book). I remember he quoted a passage from a book in which the...
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