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    Quote Originally Posted by Gorque
    It's really a rare form of Dyslexia. It's known as Satanus Dyslexius Articus and it's symptoms are where the sufferer writes their thoughts forwards and backwards, in snow.
    The extreme high altitude of Mount Washington probably came into play here as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill O
    The extreme high altitude of Mount Washington probably came into play here as well.
    Well..ahem, yes...of course. That and the dry summit air is sufficient to trigger a Dyslexic attack.
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    Based on the comments today, it appears that some indications of a bear were seen on the road for shift change, hence the warning? I would guess that if teh summit staff were watching this forum there were a few chuckles.

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    i think it was made by creatures from another world. kinda like those lines in south america.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrad Fischroy
    Based on the comments today, it appears that some indications of a bear were seen on the road for shift change, hence the warning? I would guess that if teh summit staff were watching this forum there were a few chuckles.
    Maybe the bear thought he needed help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrad Fischroy
    Based on the comments today, it appears that some indications of a bear were seen on the road for shift change, hence the warning? I would guess that if teh summit staff were watching this forum there were a few chuckles.
    Shouldn't bears be all snugged up for the winter in their hidey-holes by now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gorque
    Shouldn't bears be all snugged up for the winter in their hidey-holes by now?
    They should be Gorque, but dont forget it has been an unusually warm winter season so far, so perhaps the bears clocks are a tad off as well.
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