Once again, the Fool Scouts are having their annual dinner at LLHut, Saturday March 29th.
For this, our ninth year, MadRiver has put together a 'Fool Scouts at the Opera' theme.
We walk up the hill, dress in formal or silly attire, and commence feastivities.
$55 includes bunk, Italian...
Very tempting. Jan 15, 2005 - First 4K up Pierce on a crisp beautiful day led by Carole. Met a lot of current friends for the first time that night at the gathering. Set a lot of foolish things in motion.
Kudos for suggesting this, coldfeet. It'd be great to see you again.
As far as meeting up for a drink after the signing, I'll wait out front and we'll figure things from there.
I should be there with my girls. I should be the only guy there who answers to 'McRat'... though this is Harvard Square... there may be others.
For the NEHH, we drive on logging roads despite the existence of highways... because they happen to be the only way to access them. So it is with the postal communications in the era of email. Frustrating, but occasionally inevitable.
I will say finally getting that packet in the mail and...
Congratulations! Looking forward to the book signing. Squeaky and I will be attending.
Anyone interested in perhaps meeting up for a drink or two after the signing? I hear there may be a pub or two in Harvard Square...
War on drugs experiment #5,765,342
In the interest of science, we should check back in a couple of years to see how this effects both the availability of 'Polar Pure' and the availability of pure methamphetamine.
I have a hypothesis, but it isn't very hiking related. :rolleyes:
Most people are weirdos in one way or another - perhaps possibly even myself.
So, as long as your form of weirdness is harmless to others, I'll stand in solidarity.
They're pretty harmless. We're all imperfect, and they seem to have gotten over it while really taking the whole 'hike...
I have to admit, I like hiking lists and I like beer. Last night, these proclivities culminated into finishing another list – the New Hampshire Views and Brews list. It did not suck.
I have to appreciate the creation of such a list. It made me aware of several decent brewpubs that I hadn't...
My, hasn't this been an interesting thread?
I just hope no one is counting Mt. Washington for any lists.
Darby Field already did it as a bushwhack when it was over 10,000' tall.
All other ascents are unworthy. :rolleyes:
PSmart, sarcasm aside, I'm glad to see that someone is trying to be a reasonable advocate for the USFS here - and situtions like this do not make it any easier for you. Though we disagree in a few areas, I always appreciate your input (and find you more philosophically consistent than USFS)...
Can't say this doesn't add to the perception that the main impetus for removing the bridge was to do so before it achieved the arbitrary historical status within the arbitrary wilderness designation (like the decrepit remains of the old railroad bridge a short distance away from it).
Friends of the Fells and NEMBA are both decent groups of people who are at cross purposes over differences of opinion on trail use.
The website www.fellsbiker.com, in a manner not entirely unfamiliar to people here, posted some fairly decent trailmaps of the Fells online for cyclists, and...