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 Cast your vote please! 

What new topics should we add to the forum?
Mountain and Woods History/Folklore  9%  [ 3 ]
Nature Walks/Hikes  6%  [ 2 ]
Historic Spots/Trips  9%  [ 3 ]
Undocumented Sites of Interest  26%  [ 9 ]
All of the above  37%  [ 13 ]
Some of the above (please post choices below)  3%  [ 1 ]
None, please keep things as they are  11%  [ 4 ]
Total votes : 35

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 Cast your vote please!
A couple topics for the forum have been brought up, so I thought the hike-nh.com faithful should have the opportunity to vote on what we include. Please vote and feel free to post comments.

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I like adding Pucknuts idea as well about the Undocumented sites of interest. Im sure there are quite a few I dont know about.....but should :wink: .
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All topics as stated above should add a lot of interest and discussion. I'd bet even those who oppose new topics will join in. That's what a forum does!

So let's discuss NH.
I'm in !!!


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I love these ideas. With a two-year old, conquering all the 4,000 footers has to take a backseat, but a lot of these ideas would bring out some lovely new ideas for trips that would work for our family right now. I especially love the folklore and waterfall ideas. Great ideas!


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I would be interested in the stories/folklore and the undocumented sites of interest, always amazed at the wealth of knowledge out there that just needs a place to be shared! This is what draws me to this website, the knowledge and experience to learn from! Thanks to all who take that time to share :D
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Undocumented sites of interest would be great..

and Pucknuts has some good ideas

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Being that many of the NH hikers that are on this site hike also in other states, maybe one for non-NH hikes

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You know I like that idea. As well as the Undocumented Site of Interest.

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All great ideas I thnk.
I particularly like the nature walk/hike idea.
With my balance (or lack of) issues, what's easy for most is not for me.
So nature walks would be a great addition.
I could find out about and do the easier stuff and still feel like a hiker :D :D :D


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Umm, guys, this is a 6-year-old thread :lol:

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oops :oops:
So I guess the general consensus was that these weren't good ideas?


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BobC wrote:
Umm, guys, this is a 6-year-old thread :lol:


:oops: Does my vote still count? :oops:


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BobC wrote:
Umm, guys, this is a 6-year-old thread :lol:

That's perfect for you. You're like a 6-year old. :P

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Salty wrote:
BobC wrote:
Umm, guys, this is a 6-year-old thread :lol:

That's perfect for you. You're like a 6-year old. :P

Ha, my bad.....

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 meetups?
Is there any place on this forum to post meet-ups? I'm going hiking on Sunday and I'm happy to have others join.

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