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  1. Mt. Everest is for people with more ego and money...

    Mt. Everest is for people with more ego and money then brains.imo:p
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    I believe the standard route to whack off of West...

    I believe the standard route to whack off of West Bond is to follow the ridge out to the end then continue more or less straight down to Hellgate Brook and follow that downstream to the Franconia...
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    I would assume a moose would smell similar to a...

    I would assume a moose would smell similar to a big deer. :P

    bears on the other hand often stink pretty bad... like a very stinky wet dog. Often the area they've walked through will continue to...
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    "...the only part which has been tarmacked is...

    "...the only part which has been tarmacked is three separate stretches totalling only 100 metres."
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    http://www.wonderquest.com/fast-flying-bugs-slow-c...

    http://www.wonderquest.com/fast-flying-bugs-slow-cooling-earth.htm

    I doubt they can fly that speed for very long.
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    I would imagine those deer were unsuccessful in...

    I would imagine those deer were unsuccessful in their escape attempt. Deer and horse flies can reach speeds of 90mph. No, that's not a misprint. :eek:
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    I encountered two on a hike a few weeks ago. I...

    I encountered two on a hike a few weeks ago. I left them lying in the trail wingless and I haven't seen one since. Thanks for keeping them busy for me. :D
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    Places I like: Fabyan's next to the Cog base...

    Places I like:

    Fabyan's next to the Cog base road. Outstanding service.
    The Mountain Wanderer Bookstore in Lincoln.
    G H Pizza in Lincoln. I don't care for Elvios pizza :p
    Country Bumpkins...
  9. Thread: red rocks

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    Red Rock Ravine has a few of those rocks as well...

    Red Rock Ravine has a few of those rocks as well :p
  10. This might be the place to ask about nh6. We know...

    This might be the place to ask about nh6. We know mountains. They know Winnipesaukee. ;)

    http://www.winnipesaukee.com/forums/index.php
  11. NH6 looks like Winnipesaukee from the Gilford...

    NH6 looks like Winnipesaukee from the Gilford area, maybe the yacht club.

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    The yacht club was built in 1985, so I'll go with the old Gilford Marina.

    The Ossipee Mountains and the White...
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    I wouldn't hire any of you. :p

    I wouldn't hire any of you. :p
  13. Poll: I walk all the way to work 5 days a week...and I...

    I walk all the way to work 5 days a week...and I walk the 50 yards home to. ;)
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    I was just looking at the topo map and noticed...

    I was just looking at the topo map and noticed when they made the map they put the 4,000'-4,600' contour lines awfully close together...I wonder why they did that?
    It makes it hard to see the lines...
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    If you find you can't get 14-15 hours out of the...

    If you find you can't get 14-15 hours out of the Pemi Loop, you can always throw in Galehead, North Twin, Zealand, and West Bond...and if that's not enough, there's always Owl's Head. :)

    My feet...
  16. Perhaps I misunderstood your post Peakbagr...but...

    Perhaps I misunderstood your post Peakbagr...but what Hobbitling was saying was that female black bears don't reach 600 pounds, males do. FWIW, The record is 880 pounds.
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    Now you know why the petzl user's manual states...

    Now you know why the petzl user's manual states to remove the batteries when storing the headlamp. :)

    When the batteries get real low they tend to leak no matter what brand they are.

    ...and...
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    Pics are up...finally....

    Pics are up...finally.

    An Awesome day. I can't wait till the next trip.
  19. Thursday (1-8-09), post-snow storm hike

    I'd like to get out Thursday and break-out a 4k or two. I'd prefer something in the southern Whites. Anyone interested in helping me break trail, or interested in watching me break trail, post or...
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    The Lightning Ascents suffer from the same strap...

    The Lightning Ascents suffer from the same strap breaking problem. I broke both front straps this past weekend climbing the Hancocks. A Cascade Designs rep. confirmed that the common problem is...
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    It was nice to see Peakbagger and Carole again as...

    It was nice to see Peakbagger and Carole again as well as a few new faces. Peakbagger and I went as far as Liberty before calling it a hike.

    Thanks for posting the trip LRiz.
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    Count me in as a definite maybe.

    Count me in as a definite maybe.
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    ...now to add something constructive; In ref. to...

    ...now to add something constructive; In ref. to Myth #3, I tried carrying a thermos of hot chocolate with me on several hikes but I found the warmth it offered was very temporary compared to what I...
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    Well, I'll certainly agree with that! :rolleyes:

    Well, I'll certainly agree with that! :rolleyes:
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    I use the Contact Strap crampons on my leathers...

    I use the Contact Strap crampons on my leathers and am very pleased with them. From what I've seen most people prefer them to other similar crampons. I know a few people who ungraded to these from...
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