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  1. I'm glad to see that you guys are OK. Colliding...

    I'm glad to see that you guys are OK. Colliding with a moose can be a serious matter. I'm sure it was a scary moment, one you won't forget.
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    Carrigain

    Not your average 'Flags on the 48' post; it is an abiding message, personal and profound.

    I'll find a quiet moment later to pull out my Emily Dickinson and lay the marble tea.

    Warm regards.
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    The Franconia Ridge

    One negative about a counterclockwise circuit is that if you find yourself in the maw of a storm blowing out of the northwest it can be a long hike from Lafayette summit to the hut and you must plow...
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    marvelous, enthralling, nature at her fulsome peak

    marvelous, enthralling, nature at her fulsome peak
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    Remembering Ray Evans

    For the greater part of the twentieth century, Ray Evans was a well known and highly regarded White Mountain historian and denizen of the mountains of New Hampshire. Windswept ran a piece about Ray...
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    fierce and furious

    fierce and furious
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    A Few from Yosemite

    http://www.laudizen.com/lf_yosemite_cloudsrest.htm
    The granite mountain rising up in the lower right corner, behind the low ridge of
    Mt Clouds Rest, is Mt Starr King, named for Thomas Starr King,...
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    The Knife Edge

    I just went through your trip report and the complete set of images from your expedition to Baxter and the Knife Edge; many adjectives come to mind, all of them good, all of them overused, so I'll...
  9. That is a striking view of Mt Madison as seen...

    That is a striking view of Mt Madison as seen through Carter Notch. Great pics.
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    Mt Marcy

    Mt Marcy is the highest point in NY
  11. Those two pictures brought back a slew of...

    Those two pictures brought back a slew of memories. I was on the edge of my comfort zone in Huntington's, one ascent was enough for me. Great post!
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    Lowe's

    Bikehikeskifish, many thanks for your reply, I appreciate it.

    LK
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    The Saco River Idylls and two questions.

    First, the Saco River idylls can be found at the link below.

    http://laudizen.com/white_mtns/saco_river_idylls.htm

    As for the two questions: first, does this swimming hold on the West Side Road...
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    A look back: the franconia Ridge in 1976

    A story of my first hike on the Franconia Ridge, 1976


    http://www.laudizen.com/white_mtns/franconia_one.htm
  15. Great Story, Great Pictures

    Thanks, I truly enjoyed that post. This was very timely for me, as I just finished writing a story about my first traverse of Lafayette and Lincoln, a hike that I made with my Weimaraner in 1976....
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    Jim, excuse me if I am mistaken, I have been away...

    Jim, excuse me if I am mistaken, I have been away for a while on my own projects. I believe I came across a wonderful photo of the Southern Presidentials with your name in the credits. If so, a...
  17. Thanks

    A great account, both in words and pictures, I enjoyed it.
  18. Thread: Ash leaves

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    fine work

    for me, it evoked Mapplethorpe's BW work with flowers, fine and delicate work.
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    Awesome Gallery

    A glorious collection to be sure, impossible for me to pick a favorite.
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    White Mountain Memoir

    I have had a short White Mountain memoir published in the September issue of Word Catalyst Magazine, a New Hampshire online publication. You can read it at the link below if you are so inclined.
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    Way to Go

    I'm happy for the both of you, a great accomplishment. Savor it.
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    Twenty Years

    [QUOTE=FisherCat]When you have become displaced from your homeland it creates within you an appreciative angst. You can't wait to walk the fern-draped corridors,rest upon a solid bed of granite, feel...
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    Fine words

    A fine post to ponder and reflect on. There is a picture of mountain cranberries on page 2 of your Mt Carrigain Gallery that I find particularly beguiling. Thanks.
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    Thank you. Not only is it sweet, it is the very...

    Thank you. Not only is it sweet, it is the very milk my spirit needs.
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    Interesting Link

    The 48 4000 foot peaks done once each month of the year for 576 ascents. Check out the members list and marvel over some of their personal accomplishments in the mountains.

    http://48x12.com/
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