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    Default Pano of Mt Washington

    The OTHER Mt Washington

    (taken this morning)

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    Bill
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    Nope.

    I've taken the Mt Washington ship around the lake, but it still doesn't stop at the summit, which is frustrating.

    Kirk

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    Wow, I didn't realize that we had lifts now!

    Mark

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    and break clear away, once in awhile,
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    Default Took the ride...

    in September from Laconia with my mom. They open the ship for this trip once a year. Hundreds of COPD, emphysema and lung cancer patients. Very sobering experience. One I would love to bring all my smoker friends and relatives on.

    The crew is great. They have an entertainer and serve a great meal. Most have a great time.

    Very nice of them to host this.

    Great pano! The ship actually came from Lake Champlain and was cut in half and expanded. Must have been a huge job just getting it here.

    KDT

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    It fits through the Weirs? Oh wait, Weirs Beach IS technically Laconia.

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    Default Yep

    Leaves right from the Weirs Peirs.

    KDT

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    Great day! Time for a little waterskiing.
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    Wow, no ice there yet? Nice pic even for a gray flannel day.
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    check my other post, I took a few panos at the other lakes near me, 2 are iced already

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