Yes! It's great to read about someone's hike to Flume via Osseo and not the typical Liberty Springs loop. You had great pics and looks like a wonderful time. I hope there weren't too many blowdowns as we cleared them out on the last trip.
If anybody hikes this trail in the near future, keep your eyes peeled for a big beech tree on the left side of the trail. It comes at the top of a little rise just after you hike up the section where the brook is at the bottom on your left, the drop to the brook is real obvious. Anywho, when you see the beech look up and notice the massive bear clawmarks ascending the tree. You will noyic the spread is bigger than your hands. Its real cool and a classic "bear-beech."
"LIVE FREE OR DIE...DEATH IS NOT THE WORST OF ALL EVILS." Gen. John Stark. "by reason of much foule weather and Extreme Bad Woods to travel in..." From the letter of my Great Uncle, Samuel Willard (accompanied by my grandfather Henry), to Governor Dummer on August 16, 1725, explaining the reason for his return, being instructed to "range all the country", of the Wawobadenik (White Mountains) July 19-August 16, 1725. I am a 13th generation New Englander and proud of it.