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Cracky wrote:
GG- What a great looking tree and even better family. Those are some seriously awesome memories you're putting together for those kids. Well done!


Thanks! Right back at ya! But any family should look good doing the same thing. Hopefully they (and your boys too I'm sure) do have some good memories from all this, and not just the frozen eyeballs like in Christmas Vacation! :D

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As for the bonus question, lost city? Not sure, but as I'm guessing you know it was definitely a large town.


Mon Dec 09, 2013 9:58 am
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As for the bonus question, lost city? Not sure, but as I'm guessing you know it was definitely a large town.


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Yep. I'd say you've got the right spot. This one was only a couple hundred feet from the parking area and I'd never noticed it before for some reason but thought there might be some Christmas trees near the old home sites. No luck, but cool chimney at least.


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Wow! That little one (not the tree :lol:) sure has grown (like my 6 month old grand daughter)! Looks like the Granite Girls had a good time!


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Cute pics. In reference to your "list" accomplishment- I chuckled when you said your newest daughter already has done a few peaks. How about "infant daughter does 48 before 1st birthday!" Oh boy that could start a whole new 48 list for all those new parents! Ha! I can just see it now when your daughter is 18- yes sweetie you really did complete the 48 before you could walk even though you don't remember any of them, slept through half of them, cried through the ither half!


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hiking lady wrote:
Cute pics. In reference to your "list" accomplishment- I chuckled when you said your newest daughter already has done a few peaks. How about "infant daughter does 48 before 1st birthday!" Oh boy that could start a whole new 48 list for all those new parents! Ha! I can just see it now when your daughter is 18- yes sweetie you really did complete the 48 before you could walk even though you don't remember any of them, slept through half of them, cried through the ither half!


Yes! Now that's a solid idea.

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hiking lady wrote:
Cute pics. In reference to your "list" accomplishment- I chuckled when you said your newest daughter already has done a few peaks. How about "infant daughter does 48 before 1st birthday!" Oh boy that could start a whole new 48 list for all those new parents! Ha! I can just see it now when your daughter is 18- yes sweetie you really did complete the 48 before you could walk even though you don't remember any of them, slept through half of them, cried through the ither half!


Yes! Now that's a solid idea.


too bad I didn't think of that before! :D I've been quite lucky how my kids been remarkably cooperative when they're lugged up a mountain but it's usually something sub 4k. If I rememeber right we've only hiked Eisenowe, Moosilauke, Osceola and Jackson with them. Probably too late for me now. Someone else will have to get into the record books for that. If I find myslef with some unexpected spare time this spring though ill keep it in mind!


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