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    Okay Summit Staff,

    What is the significance of the North camera image right now?

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    I'm not sure why it's pointed at the thermometer.

    I do know that the North View Cam is located inside the observers office in a big metal box, aptly named: Big Metal Box. The box is heated to keep the windows rime-free. My guess is that somebody accidently or purposely moved the camera to read the temperature in the box and they forgot to move it back.
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    But, it does prove we do watch the cameras.

    Ha - it is set back to looking out the window at snow and clouds.
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    Thumbs up Wow!!!!!!!

    Check out the ravine web cam image for Friday at 9:00 a.m. INCEDIBLE. This is why I love this mountain.

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    Thumbs up Wow!!!!!!!

    Check out the ravine web cam image for Friday at 9:00 a.m. INCREDIBLE. This is the reason I love this mountain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockin rex
    Check out the ravine web cam image for Friday at 9:00 a.m. INCREDIBLE. This is the reason I love this mountain.
    Here it is:

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    What a nice way to start the day with this view out the West camera.

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    Default that is an awesome view

    who wouldn't want to wake up to that view. are you sad to see the snow and the warm weather, or do you realize that winter will return whether we like it or not. living in california, don't have the cold weather that you see. i really enjoy this site, thanks for sharing .

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    Winter will certainly return - in full force. And it is a beautiful time of year. I grew up in RI and the fresh snow turned messy and dirty quite quickly. In northern New England the snow comes and stays through the winter staying white and fresh. There are lots of things to do outside to enjoy the season.

    I enjoy hiking back into Tuckerman's Ravine in the winter. We pick a day with good weather (if at all possible) and usually find the trail to be well packed down at least back to HoHo's. The wind chill might be 35 below zero, but it is so nice in the Ravine and beautiful. Some pictures of these winter hikes can be found in the "Hikes" section of my personal photo web site.
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    Default dirty snow

    i remember all to well about dirty snow. i lived all my life except the last 7 years in massachusetts, and new hampshire. the fresh powdery snow is the best.


    thanks again for sharing all the beautiful pictures

    sharon

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