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Thread: Moosilauke on March 17th, anyone?

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    Peter....It was my hope to join you this weekend. However, once again the weather just isn"t cooperating. The snow is really coming down here in Connecticut. I can"t drive to N.H. tonight. Wishing you all the best.
    Congrats in advance....Stay safe.

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    Mad T:

    Good luck this weekend if you are still heading out there.....sounds like there will be lots of snow coming down in the Whites tonight and tomorrow.
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    I'm afraid we're wimping out too...

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    I'm still in - for now....

    I do want to reserver the right to opt out if I can't even get out of my drive in the morning!

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    Change In Day

    HIKE ON SUNDAY!!

    I just spoke with Peter (Townie) and he is moving this hike until Sunday. Same time, same place.

    Hope you can join us!!

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    Post St. P's Day Hike

    Well, I guess I won't bring the celebratory green beer, but I will still be there.
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    I'd still like to go if at all possible. This will be my first and last opportunity, this winter - Sunday is not an option for me... If anyone else is still interested, please let me know...

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    I'll be there Sunday - should be quite a hike!

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    I'm in for Sunday.

    I can help in the trail breaking (if its not already broken out)

    Could always use another Winter 48 peak

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    I guess I'm in! Why not? Eb, someone's gotta bring the beer, and that's me. True irish tend to stretch the holiday out a tad.
    MadTownie, you're a Maine man. How do you feel about Allagash's 4? I almost picked up a minikeg (a la michael in bsp) of gritty's at rsvp today. that's a little much though.
    -pamola (enjoying the holiday. thoroughly. early)
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    Alas, I am burried. It'll take a good 2 hours to move enough snow and ice to get my car out. I am truly bummed! I have a feeling I'm going to miss a great day in the woods.

    To those few hearty souls who are ablle to go: Please post a trip report! Have a great day...

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    Wow! This sounds like an awesome hike developing here!! I love the Moose and have not done it in winter so this would have been a great opportunity but as luck would have it, I can't...still recovering from a sprained ankle.

    Here's wishing you all a great hike!!
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    Argh

    I replied with a bit too much pre-patty's gusto last night. Despite my burning desire to meet you all and be a beer missionary, my trip from maine back to vt is being held up and I won't make it tomorrow.
    Have fun y'all and preemptive congrats, Mad Townie.
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    Hat!

    Well, Ah'ma throwin' ma hat in tha ring. Shoot, count me IN!

    I did this six weeks ago, but this is one of those times where the journey is more important than the destination. What better way to ring out the end of winter (for me anyway) than to hit the trail with such a swell group o' folks??

    Lookin' foward to seeing a bunch of old friends and meeting some new one's too.

    Pamola, I'll pick up your hoppy torch and will gladly present Townie with a bottle of NH's finest!
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    Well, count me in for this adventure. Looking forward to meeting a lot of people and seeing Double Bow again, too.

    Mad Townie, unless there are others going who haven't posted, I think you and I will be the old timers in this group!

    There may be another member joining me as well. Stay tuned.

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