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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Rankin View Post
    And apparently, I was under the mistaken belief that only a moderator could edit a thread title.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikehikeskifish View Post
    I'm gonna change the title to "SkiGuy says I don't need his permission"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grey J View Post
    Actually, the little book is dated 1977. The map is dated 1985. Not sure if I got them separately or together. I guess they are now artifacts.
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    Maineguy, if you are older than me, you belong in a museum with your ancient map. Well done.
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    OK back on topic. Probably safe to say….No plow guy here so far?
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    Quote Originally Posted by skiguy View Post
    OK back on topic. Probably safe to say….No plow guy here so far?
    Lowes was plowed and hikers were parking there when I drove by Friday morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocket21 View Post
    Lowes was plowed and hikers were parking there when I drove by Friday morning.
    Interesting. Well I guess that is good news. Thanks for responding. Hopefully it will continue. I'm sure any updates will be welcomed. Maybe the Title of the thread will have to be changed.
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    Unlike last winter the lot is not blocked no parking signs. There is so little snow up here that the lot really hasnt needed plowing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barkingcat View Post
    (Thread drift: that snow level should increase a tad in a few days, methinks.)
    We can only hope, despite my inability to take advantage of it Cold temps and no snow can drive the frost deep.

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    On January 14, 2022, my buddy and I parked at the garage lot. It's kind of odd, the lot is obviously being plowed, and there was another car parked there. But there are also a bunch of inoperable vehicles in the lot, and it's kind of spooky.

    This was before the snows of the following day, and the entire Lowes Path up to Adams was bony. We were in microspikes the entire time.

    In any event, there are a bunch of decrepit wooden buildings behind the gas station, and with the inoperable vehicles, the whole lot looks in need of some love. It's a great location! It would be nice to see someone come in and maybe put some apartments for locals behind the gas station. I understand land is hard to come by in that neck of the woods, and affordable housing is not always the easiest to find for those who cannot afford to buy.

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