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    It's a great hike -- if your then-four-year-old...

    It's a great hike -- if your then-four-year-old gets tired of walking, then you can carry him/her without much of an issue. Most of the way is flat, and it's an interesting stretch of trail...
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    Thanks, Chris. I think we're covered now. :)

    Thanks, Chris. I think we're covered now. :)
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    Are hikers allowed to hike down the auto road? ...

    Are hikers allowed to hike down the auto road? Hugh is joining us this year and it would be easier for him to jog down the auto road than descend a normal trail. We'll be coming up a normal trail,...
  4. KDT and Donna, Thank you! And a huge congrats...

    KDT and Donna,

    Thank you! And a huge congrats to you too, KDT! :D

    Donna, YES, I am relieved the winter hiking is OVER. I didn't realize how much I was stressing about this list until I...
  5. Alex Finishes the Winter 4Ks. Mt. Flume, March 17, 2012

    Copied from my blog (the link is below). Accompanying photos can be found there or, if you prefer to see the photos and just the photos, here.

    Lincoln Woods Trail, Osseo Trail, Franconia Ridge...
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    Kathy, thank you for your kind post. I...

    Kathy, thank you for your kind post. I appreciate your thoughtful words.

    Doug -- that day was, by far, the worst day we've ever had on the trails. We were a couple tenths of a mile from the...
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    FisherCat, thank you for your response. I know...

    FisherCat, thank you for your response.

    I know that there are still strong feelings, both positive and negative, about Hugh's accident. This is why I avoided linking Hugh's name with ours for the...
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    Yes, it most definitely is. :) Thank you.

    Yes, it most definitely is. :)

    Thank you.
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    Bob and ow2010, thank you.

    Bob and ow2010, thank you.
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    I wanted to add that posting this particular TR...

    I wanted to add that posting this particular TR on all the various hiking sites doesn't sit well with me. This report is on my blog, and on here, The Mt. Washington Observatory Forums. The Obs...
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    Mt. Washington, 30 Years Later.

    Copied from my blog, http://www.trishalexsage.com/2012/03/mt-washington-and-mt-monroe-winter-4ks.html. Accompanying pictures can be found there.

    OR -- For those who just want the pictures (and...
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    Mark, we'll take you up on that!

    Mark, we'll take you up on that!
  13. Nice post. We had the good fortune of meeting...

    Nice post. We had the good fortune of meeting Randy and Quinn by the summit of Jefferson last Tuesday. It was a pleasure and an honor to meet such a cheerful, strong, and inspirational team.
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    Wow, what a difference in the weather! Bare rock...

    Wow, what a difference in the weather! Bare rock and sunshine -- looks inviting.

    Thanks for the TR and great pictures. We've never hiked Monadnock, looking forward to experiencing it at some...
  15. Thanks, Kathy. I don't mind changing the way I...

    Thanks, Kathy. I don't mind changing the way I post on that one board. There are quite a few hiking forums/Facebook pages/yahoo groups/etc. out there, and each has its own set of rules. I'm happy...
  16. Thanks, Anna. There was a complaint on another...

    Thanks, Anna. There was a complaint on another hiking site about my linking my blog to my trip reports, since my blog now contains news about my forthcoming book and a photo of the book's jacket. ...
  17. Thanks, Anna and Snow Miser. By the way, a...

    Thanks, Anna and Snow Miser. By the way, a fellow just showed me how to post a link to the photo album itself (instead of my whole Facebook page) -- this way, folks who want to see the pictures...
  18. Mt. Jefferson with Alex (winter 4K #45). March 6, 2012

    The text below is copied from my blog, "Trish, Alex and Sage." Accompanying pictures can be found there, and/or on my public Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/TrishHerr...
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    Alex and I met this kind fellow near the summit...

    Alex and I met this kind fellow near the summit of Jefferson on Tuesday. What an inspiration and, it seems, a genuinely cool guy!
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    Great pictures and nice job! Tuesday ended up...

    Great pictures and nice job! Tuesday ended up being a decent above-treeline day, as long as one had the clothing and gear for it. Congrats on getting these two peaks! :)
  21. Kathy, I apologize, I just saw the other messages...

    Kathy, I apologize, I just saw the other messages on this thread now.

    Thanks for your kind words! Though I think you would've been fine in that situation. We could see the scrub and trees to...
  22. Thanks, Snow Miser! :)

    Thanks, Snow Miser! :)
  23. Doug, I'm glad you thought the lens issue wasn't...

    Doug, I'm glad you thought the lens issue wasn't a problem. I was bummed that I hadn't figured out how to clear it.

    Thanks for the kind message. Teamwork is a good word. Though Alex is my...
  24. PART TWO ********************** We took our...

    PART TWO
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    We took our time walking across the ridge. It was wonderful. The views were outstanding, we both felt good, and Alex was in her element. This was the best part of...
  25. Zealand and the Bonds with Alex, Feb 3-4, 2012

    Copied from http://www.trishalexsage.com/2012/02...and-bonds.html
    Photos and one short video can be found there.
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    Zealand Road, Zealand Trail,...
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