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Author:  New Hampshire [ Wed Jan 18, 2012 8:26 pm ]
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OK a new batch of info has gone up. It covers the added info from 4 coutnies. Jim is going on a long vacation soon, so it may be a while until the rest of the info gets added in. But I will work at getting another batch of info (probably only one county though because now I am getting into the coutnies with large amounts of info). I will also continue working through while Jim is away so he can add the last of the info when he gets back home.

I also do notice some code errors that need fixing. For right now I will save fixing those until after all the info goes up only because I think it might take a little tweaking to figure out what is wrong (not easy to do when you are instruction someone else to do it through emails :lol: )

Brian

Author:  HardcoreIdiot [ Wed Jan 18, 2012 8:27 pm ]
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New Hampshire wrote:
OK a new batch of info has gone up. It covers the added info from 4 coutnies. Jim is going on a long vacation soon, so it may be a while until the rest of the info gets added in. But I will work at getting another batch of info (probably only one county though because now I am getting into the coutnies with large amounts of info). I will also continue working through while Jim is away so he can add the last of the info when he gets back home.

I also do notice some code errors that need fixing. For right now I will save fixing those until after all the info goes up only because I think it might take a little tweaking to figure out what is wrong (not easy to do when you are instruction someone else to do it through emails :lol: )

Brian


What the hell are these coutnies you speak of? I can't find any info on them at all.

Greg

Author:  New Hampshire [ Wed Jan 18, 2012 8:38 pm ]
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HardcoreIdiot wrote:
New Hampshire wrote:
OK a new batch of info has gone up. It covers the added info from 4 coutnies. Jim is going on a long vacation soon, so it may be a while until the rest of the info gets added in. But I will work at getting another batch of info (probably only one county though because now I am getting into the coutnies with large amounts of info). I will also continue working through while Jim is away so he can add the last of the info when he gets back home.

I also do notice some code errors that need fixing. For right now I will save fixing those until after all the info goes up only because I think it might take a little tweaking to figure out what is wrong (not easy to do when you are instruction someone else to do it through emails :lol: )

Brian


What the hell are these coutnies you speak of? I can't find any info on them at all.

Greg


Not coutnies...COOTIES! YOU HAVE COOTIES! :P

Brian

Author:  New Hampshire [ Fri Feb 24, 2012 8:18 pm ]
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Alright, Jim has managed to finish up all the updates I sent along, so we are going to fix a couple mistakes in the code and/or links. Then he is going to pull out all the excess spacing (which appears to have somehow worked it's way in there from the copy and paste routine we were doing via email). So that will shrink everything closer together and make it more easy to look at. :D With these last updates that finishes of the bulk info Walrus sent along that pretty much doubled what we already had. But again, I doubt this currently a completed project, even if you exclude the "-INFO NEEDED-" stuff. So keep an eye out and if you see something out there we missed, even if all you have to go on is knowledge of it's existence only, then speak up and we can add it.

Thanks again everyone, and by all means, if you visit a place post a trip report! 8)

Brian

Author:  Kathy [ Fri Feb 24, 2012 9:49 pm ]
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Thanks again you guys for compiling, sorting, organizing and posting this. :)

I've used this for ideas and though I haven't posted my trs, I will as my frequency increases.

Author:  Excape [ Thu Mar 29, 2012 12:23 am ]
Post subject:  Moose Mountains Reservation - Middleton

Here are links for SPNHF's Moose Mountains Reservation in Middleton, NH. I am a volunteer land steward for the 2,300 acre property and will include my links for the latest map and info. Thanks :D

SPNHF Property description>
http://forestsociety.org/ourproperties/guide/?block=146

SPNHF Trail Map>
http://forestsociety.org/ourproperties/guide/146/146_map.pdf

My Moose Mountains Blog>
http://moosemountainsreservation.blogspot.com/

Latest trail info/descriptions & map>
http://moosemountainsreservation.blogspot.com/2012/02/mmr-map-directions.html

Author:  Excape [ Thu Mar 29, 2012 12:45 am ]
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Here's some more I visited that I didn't on your list, will link to my blog reports :)

Ellis Hatch WMA - Middleton> http://hikethesummits.blogspot.com/2011/04/ellis-r-hatch-wildlife-management-area.html

Coldrain Pond - New Durham> http://hikethesummits.blogspot.com/2010/10/cooper-cedar-woods-coldrain-pond-101410.html

Cooper Cedar Woods - Farmington> http://hikethesummits.blogspot.com/2010/10/cooper-cedar-woods-coldrain-pond-101410.html

Little Niagra Falls Rd/trail - Strafford> http://hikethesummits.blogspot.com/2011/02/little-niagra-falls-22411.html

William H. Champlin Jr. Forest Preserve - Rochester> http://hikethesummits.blogspot.com/2010/09/doles-marsh-william-h-champlin-jr.html

Author:  New Hampshire [ Thu Mar 29, 2012 6:19 pm ]
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Thanks Jason! I will get the code written up for Jim at some point soon so he can add them!

Brian

Author:  Grindboy [ Fri Apr 26, 2013 7:38 pm ]
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This is fantastic. Thank you to all who have had a part in creating this, I also echo the "so much that I never knew existed" sentiment.

(And, once again, sadly not at all surprised to see that there's awesome stuff ALL OVER. . . except in my own town.)

Author:  Fred Shirley [ Sat Jan 30, 2016 4:55 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: The New Hampshire Trails Project posting thread

I've been hiking in NH and compiling data for 15 years. I'd like to offer my website as a source you can link to for more details on any individual hike. You have my unlimited permission to link all you wish.

For instance, you have Massabesic Audubon Center listed. You could add this link: http://www.nhmountainhiking.com/massabesic.html to offer visitors more info, including photos, text, directions and further links.

Also Massabesic has changed their Web structure to invalidate your link. I wish they wouldn't do that! I try really hard to keep the links current on my website (and, yes, Massabesic is up to date); and I try even harder to keep all links to my website valid!

Fred Shirley

p.s. I am looking for new local hikes myself, which is how I came upon your website. Thank you for your work; I hope to use it creatively to visit new-to-me places.

Author:  Grindboy [ Sat Jan 30, 2016 7:22 pm ]
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Hi Fred --

I've used your site a number of times over the years. I know it's been linked/referenced by others here as well. Thank you!

Author:  Beckie and Prema [ Sat Jan 30, 2016 7:34 pm ]
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Thank you, Fred, and welcome to the forum.

Author:  hiker0200 [ Sat Jan 30, 2016 7:38 pm ]
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Welcome to Hike-NH, Fred! I love your website- I use it for almost all of my hikes, and it's one of the best resources for hiking in NH and NE IMHO.

Author:  Granite Guy [ Sat Jan 30, 2016 8:44 pm ]
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Welcome Fred!

That is an excellent site you have. Has come in handy a lot for me in the past and I'm sure I'll continue to use in the future. Keep up the good work!

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