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    Haven't noticed any acid-rain killed trees in...

    Haven't noticed any acid-rain killed trees in Shenandoah, certainly not like Mt. Mitchell, for example:

    http://www.ckasper.com/website_vacation_mtmitchell4.JPG

    LOL!
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    Thanks for clearing up my semantics. When one...

    Thanks for clearing up my semantics. When one drives from Warrenton, VA to Shenandoah it is purely countryside with little development, kind of like driving around Mt. Washington. The Great Smokies...
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    Thank you all for the great information. I'm glad...

    Thank you all for the great information. I'm glad that some of the buildings are coming down on the summit. Hiking the Presidentials is quite the experience, one that will never be forgotten. Ever...
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    During July 1967/1968 hikes, Tuckerman's Ravine...

    During July 1967/1968 hikes, Tuckerman's Ravine still had some snow left! Once above treeline it was probably 40 degrees and very windy, so dress accordingly. I have read that the Tuckerman's Ravine...
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    Disappointed with Summit construction

    Hi,

    I'm new to this forum, and enjoying all of your posts. I attended Camp Wachusett, Holderness, NH, Little Squam Lake during 1967 - 1968. We hiked the Southern Presidentials to the Tuckerman...
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