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    Is the current work going on in the Cow Pasture the new septic?

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    No, it is the snack stand they are building for Steve's snacks for STP hikers.
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    That's right! Brad, you were supposed to keep that one a secret. Now I'll have to tell Scott to make it larger so I can feed the masses.
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    how about a lemonade stand at the top of tucks

    save me 1 gal ice cold ,i will need it by the time i get there
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
    how about a lemonade stand at the top of tucks

    save me 1 gal ice cold ,i will need it by the time i get there
    Sure thing. I'll make one gallon for you and leave it will be behind the third rock on the left.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
    how about a lemonade stand at the top of tucks

    save me 1 gal ice cold ,i will need it by the time i get there
    Charlie - we are going up Lions Head! Steve will put the drink in the wrong place. There is plenty of open, flat space on the top of Lions Head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    Charlie - we are going up Lions Head! Steve will put the drink in the wrong place. There is plenty of open, flat space on the top of Lions Head.
    If I leave it out in the open I'm quite sure it will be gone before Charlie ever gets to it. There will be lots of thirsty hikers that morning.
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    Looks like a huge pile of debris. Maybe they are taking out the old tv station foundation.

    I always thought the septic fields were the tiered steps farther down.
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    I'm sure you're right, Bill, about the fields being below that area. Last time I talked to Mike Pelchat he was in the process of taking bids on the septic work.

    Anyone?

    KDT

    PS: To Brad and Charlie, the top of Tucks is the summit. Just go inside!

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    I got up here this morning asking the same questions. The pile is actually all of the old railroad ties that for decades lined the cog tracks. It looks fantastic!!!!
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