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    Default Rehab hike update

    I posted back in June looking for a good rehab hike for my injured knee. I listened to the advice and decided to go with Moosilauke. Good hike! Thanks for the advise. I notice no one mentioned the massive amounts of mud that we might encounter or the ever present moose crap everywhere, but the summit was amazing. Windy as all hell, but amazing none the less. My knees appreciated the trail and the advice. Thanks again, as always. Heading on to Osceola next month!

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    Default M&mc

    Mud and moose crap are kinda a gimme on the trail in NH. Hope it didn't ruin your hike!

    KDT

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    Does it qualify as a hike if you don't see moose poop and mud?

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    No! That means you're probably just out for a stroll in the park.
    Bob

    I never want to see a day
    That's over forty degrees
    I'd rather have it thirty,
    Twenty, ten, five and let it freeeeEEEEEEeeze!

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    I dont' seem to recall this much moose crap on any other mountain! I don't know why the mud surprised me, I guess just because it never seeemed to stop even once we got up there in elev. Thankfully it dried up some on the way down. All in a good days fun!

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