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    Default view of Mt. Carrigain

    I was exploring the area of Meadow Brook, west of Sawyer River Trail. There's lots of pretty little beaver bogs, like this one with a view of the southern side of Mt. Carrigain and Signal Ridge. This is a good time to explore bogs because snowshoeing over the snow is easier than hiking through in summer.





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    Carrigain is a very distinctive mountain that I use for reference when I'm trying to get my bearings.

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    I 2nd what Mike says. Very easy to pick out among the others, and can be seen from almost everywhere.

    Beautiful shot!

    KDT

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