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http://hchikingnh.blogspot.com/2016/05/ ... ester.html

Most people have seen Plausawa Hill in Pembroke and not known what peak it is exactly. I had always wondered. No more after this hike.

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You had me at lamb of God and corrosion of conformity.


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You had me at lamb of God and corrosion of conformity.


ask brian how it was. i thought it was good.

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Blast from the past. I knew the owner of that place back when I was in high school, Ted Everett (the arena was named after his dad, the turnpike after his grandfather), and got to visit him once as he has a ham radio repeater up there. Ted passed away in 2013, sad I never got to see him again after all those years. Good to know access isn't an issue.

Unfortunately, I have no way of knowing if I stood on the high point back then. :D

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Blast from the past.

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You had me at lamb of God and corrosion of conformity.


Don't listen to him, he is pulling everyone's leg. We really went to see Wayne Newton. Dude, "Tiny Bubbles".....best song ever! :twisted:


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