A picture worth framing, indeed !
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A picture worth framing, indeed !
I'll go with the rediculously low educated guess of 16". This is the standard distance between joists, studs and rafters. The last being those that hold up your roof. Something tells me this does not...
10" would be huge enough.
My Wife, 2 sons and I are going to Tuckermans this weekend. Last 2 tries were white outs. We're hoping for the best this time, Wahoo! If not, like last January, Wildcat will do just fine. I'll try...
Excellent patience and stealth. What a wildlife adventure !
I'll go with 31.5, Taking in account that the astrological gibberish coincides with the planetary perpendicularity of Nostradamus' long range BS combined with the meteorology of Dr. Gray's anatomy.
Do you have any skating rinks nearby? If so give them a call. When I was younger we would go to the back of the Acton, Mass. rink in the Summer. The Zamboni would dump 'Snow' there. Then we would...
All your answers can be found here: (see #9)
February is extreme !
March and April are OK, just heed whether the avalanche advisory is Moderate or High. Low you go.
Check in with the AMC before you do.They will fill you in with the...
With the frequency it's been failing, it seems the heater must be failing or have an intermittant connection.
There are still plenty of avalanches in March. Pay attention to the avalanche advisories and you'll do fine. Or you could wait a month or so and dodge Buick sized ice blocks.
You'll have plenty of skiers keeping you company in March. You could stay at the Hermit Lake shelters. See these sites for info.
Joe Dodge brought shortwave to the top in 1926. The lower bands of Ham are in these frequencies.
"The word I got was "ice clog".
Pitot no flow, it rimes. (pun intended)
Gee, Couldn't you give us more data to go on?
Maybe a few more diagrams?
How about some of this (ZCZC PWMMTRMWN TTAA00 KGYX 111852 METAR KMWN 111852Z 27042KT 100SM FEW/// FEW080 SCT100 OVC180...
That would take alot of topograghical study, I bet it's farther than we think.
Where Bussiere is reported missing, it couldn't be more than three miles. Falling out of a tree stand and within 500...
Seems hard to believe someone could get lost in such a small area. Sad to say, He must have had an accident.
I just modified Charlies idea, only his would have riled the animal rights groups. On the sign could also read “We really need your help on cloudy days” with an explanation why. Info on what the...
You have the right Idea. Instead of squirrells use people. Invite the skiers to crank a hand powered generator. It will give them something to do while they wait for there friends and be for a good...
While anxiously watching the Patriots getting jostled around by the Ravens Monday night, a diversion was necessary. I decided to go outside to pump up the tires on our cars. Not thinking it would be...
Would'nt a small wind turbine be a good compliment to back up the solar panels? I don't recall ever seeing rime ice up on Wildcat.
We got a whopping 1.5" here, 10 miles north of Worcester!
One more bit of information from pg. 66
"Mr. Weed, farthest to the right, passed the pill of stones marking the place where Harry Hunter gave up the ghost twenty-six years earlier. Mr. Parker was...
I thought the same. I've never seen anything like it. It gives the illusion that snow is blowing straight off the top at great speed. It must have been quite a day at the top of New England.
I would guess, it has fallen into the rocks.
From 'Not without Peril' by Nicholas Howe
"The place where Allan...