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Thread: STP 2009 - Tim, Val, Debi and Heather

  1. #11
    Join Date
    Jul 2007
    Ashland, NH
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    Quote Originally Posted by CHRIS View Post
    P.S. looking forward to you Mt. Mausilauke report. I am trying to get there the second week of Sept.
    Sorry this has been so slow! Life is happening faster than I can document it, which is a very GOOD THING!!! I'll try to get it done this week!

    Please feel free to snag the family pic! If you would like, I can post a link to a larger version that would be better for printing! PM me if you would rather have that.

    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    Chris, a place to check out in the fall is Square Ledge right across the road from PNVC. We were not sure of the trail and did not take tripods with us. But, it turns out taking a good solid tripod would not have been hard. I am hoping to do that again this fall.
    I did Square Ledge a few years ago as my first (and only) solo hike. Tim and his dad were on Mt Washington and I wasn't yet up to that type of hike, so I dropped them off, then did Square Ledge, then drove up the Auto Road to have lunch with them. It was a very nice hike! My very short trip report is here.


  2. #12
    Join Date
    Sep 2006
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    Quote Originally Posted by CHRIS View Post
    Thanks for the head up on Square Ledge. I will look into that. My new tripod folds up to about 14" and only weighs 3.5#'s so bringing it is pretty easy. Its a Benro carbon fiber travel angel with ball head. I find it to be very solid. Can you get a good shot of the ravines from there?
    Chris, the view into the ravines is excellent - if there are no clouds, of course. Here is a view looking back into Tuckerman ravine.

    Looking down Pinkham Notch

    The summit

    Full set of pictures are at
    Brad (a 6288 club member) Personal Photo sales site Personal photo web site MWO image & video archive site 2006-2012

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Aug 2007
    South Dartmouth,MA.
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    Thanks Brad for the pics and link. It looks like you can get some incredable shots of colors and the ravines in the Fall. I do belive this one is going on my list.

    Thanks Val for the link to your report. I have to agree with you. When your alone it does make you jumpy with the noise.

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