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    Senior Member Quietman's Avatar
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    Nice feature!!! I like it.

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    Just took my first look and I like it alot, it sure will save time jumping from site to site. I think first hand reports are the way to go for the high peaks, espechally this time of year, nice job.

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    June 2010 Updates

    I added two ADK forums to the TrailsNH.com nightly feeds:
    • ADKforum.com
    • ADKHighPeaks.com Forum


    Nightly feeds are up to 12 sites now.
    NH 4000 (x?), NE 4000 x2, NEHH, Presi Traverse x14(?), Pemi Loop x16(?), Double Presi Traverse, ADK 46 (round 2: 16/46).

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    Some new TrailsNH features

    I've been working on something I call Trail Watch. It monitors new trip reports. You tell Trail Watch where to watch and it emails you the links when new trip reports are found. You can check it out here:
    http://trailsnh.com/TrailWatch.php?VFTT

    I added a filter to the Trail Conditions Map so you can look at trip reports just from the VFTT forum:
    http://trailsnh.com/index.php?source=VFTT

    Also added booksmarks to the compiled list for NH4000, so you can hop to a specific peak. Like Kinsman for example:
    http://trailsnh.com/NH-4000.php#Kinsman

    -Kimball
    NH 4000 (x?), NE 4000 x2, NEHH, Presi Traverse x14(?), Pemi Loop x16(?), Double Presi Traverse, ADK 46 (round 2: 16/46).

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    New TrailsNH features:


    Trail Watch monitors incoming trip reports. You tell Trail Watch what area to watch. Trail watch sends you an email when someone hikes there, with a link to their trip report. Visit http://trailsnh.com/TrailWatch.php to register and check it out.


    Place Finder moves and zooms the trail conditions map right to your next destination. Just enter the name of your peak and press Find.
    NH 4000 (x?), NE 4000 x2, NEHH, Presi Traverse x14(?), Pemi Loop x16(?), Double Presi Traverse, ADK 46 (round 2: 16/46).

    My Hikes Pin Map

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    Very, very cool; Kimball; many thanks! I am always impressed with these efforts.

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