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    Hi, I'm new to forums, But, I've been a long time admirer of Mt. Washington.
    I Enjoyed the snow squalls on my Oct. 13th visit.
    Skied Wildcat many times, always being drawn in by that hill across the notch.
    Finally, one March, some years ago, I skied Tuckermans, camped at Hermit Lake and took in the shear magnificents at first light.
    Joe Dodge,Crystal falls,HoJo's,Tuckermans,Headwall,
    Rockpile,6288.

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    Eric, and you live very close so you can enjoy it often. Welcome to the forum.
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    welcome Eric
    i am a Summit Club member
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    If your not a OBS member yet then what are you waiting for

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    what amazed me was how far "up" the mountain Tuckerman's was, when I was at Wildcat. I hadn't seen that side of the mountain before (I've always travelled over by the Bretton Woods side where the cog is)

    Kirk

    Quote Originally Posted by EricJ
    Hi, I'm new to forums, But, I've been a long time admirer of Mt. Washington.
    I Enjoyed the snow squalls on my Oct. 13th visit.
    Skied Wildcat many times, always being drawn in by that hill across the notch.
    Finally, one March, some years ago, I skied Tuckermans, camped at Hermit Lake and took in the shear magnificents at first light.

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    Welcome Eric, glad you could join us.
    Steve
    Is there really any BAD weather???

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    Thanks for the welcomes. I've enjoyed the MWO site for years, and am sure you all and this forum will add a new level. I must edit the date from my thread above. On rechecking the calendar, I last visited on Sunday the 14th not the 13th. Seems irrelevant, but being a weather oriented forum, dates are important.
    I mentioned the squalls. They were the reason we (Myself, and 3 of my brother-in-laws) could not make it to at least a mile high. One of them, Adrian, is from Boulder,Colorado. I wanted to take him to a height in New England that would equal his normal elevation. Had it been a clearer day...............Maybe next year.
    Joe Dodge,Crystal falls,HoJo's,Tuckermans,Headwall,
    Rockpile,6288.

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