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Peak Bagger
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Location: Hudson, Mass
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 Oh no
Although I did not know him, Robert Tatnall died on Mt Monadnock this week. He lived in Hudson. I live in Hudson and I have hiked Mt Mondadnock. This is close to home, I would like to remind people, anything can happen, any day. So enjoy yourselves and be careful

Fri Sep 25, 2015 4:25 pm
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Location: Worcester, MA
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That's sad to hear. I really feel for his family.
To try to put a positive spin on it, he passed while doing something he loved surrounded by his family - I hope I'm so lucky.

Nothin' on the top but a bucket and a mop,
and an illustrated book about birds.
You see alot up there, but don't be scared:
Who needs actions when you got words?

Mon Sep 28, 2015 8:33 am
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