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Tuesday, 25-Dec-2007 12:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Christmas at 1:30 in the morning

Gift opening way early in the morning!


Saturday, 11-Aug-2007 12:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Gregg's Lake House

 
 
 
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Sunday, 22-Jul-2007 12:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
The Bonds

5:50 AM, the parking lot at Lincoln Woods
Lincoln Woods Trail to start off
Suspension Bridge to cross the Pemi River
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An absolutely beautiful day! Views were great up top, no winds to deal with, comfortable temps and easy grades for my longest hike to date: 21.6 miles over 3 mountains: Bondcliff, Mt. Bond and West Bond.


Sunday, 17-Jun-2007 20:30 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Mt Monadnock: The Express Way

full parking lot at the start....9:40 AM
White Dot trail, 2 miles straight up
pretty steady to start.....
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Was going to meet up with someone for this hike, but after not showing for an hour and a half I went up on my own. This trail is the quickest and most direct way up the mountain at 2 miles and it is steep. Its practically a rock scramble for most of the way. Decided that going down another trail that is .2 miles longer would be better (not to mention safer) than climbing down backwards. Was a beautiful day with a light wind up top so i'm glad I got out there. Didn't take a ton of pictures since I had been there recently, but still took some that look ok, although hazy.


Saturday, 16-Jun-2007 23:24 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Tripyramids Hike

An empty parking lot to start the day.....6:15 AM
sun shining thru the woods...so much green
can't remember what this is called, but there were a lot of them
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Latest hiking trip climbing over 3 mountains: North, Middle and South Tripyramid. Tried this trip last year but the water levels at the stream crossings were too high and it was too cold to be getting wet back then. Now it was much warmer and the water levels were down making for more rocks to pick from. Not that didn't help and ended up submerging the boots twice but with the warm weather, it didn't bother me. The rest of the trail was a gradual incline until the end and there was no wind to speak of on the summits. I liked how all these came out. The sun was just at the right angle to make the pictures seem crisp and sharp.


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