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Ice Climbing in Crawford Notch!
November 15th hike up Whiteface and Esther in the Adirondacks. More!
|A frosty trip to Mt. Monroe, February 15, 2005. This trip featured great snowshoeing in the Ammonoosuc Ravine, followed by a wind-blasting on the ridge. Brrr! More!|
|Mt. Waumbek, at 4006 feet, towers over the northern New Hampshire landscape. OK, so it's kind of a runt, but it was a beautiful day to be in the woods and a great hike with Skimom, February 5, 2005. More!|
The Willey Range-January 29, 2205 and December 12, 2004, along with some other overdue miscellany from December. More!
|View from Middle Carter, January 15, 2005, a great group hike with the gang from Views from the Top. More!|
The Taking of the Southern Presidentials, October 24 and November 13, 2004. Eisenhower, Pierce, Webster, Jackson, and lots of ice. More! (Photo: On top of Jackson, with Washington in the background)
A solo adventure on Colvin and Blake on one of the finest October days the Adirondacks has to offer. October 12, 2004. More! (Photo: The view towards Gothics and the morning clouds.)
|A great hike up the North, Middle and South Tripyramids, via the North Slide (up) and South Slide (down). This made the Flume Slide Trail look like kid's stuff. With Hope and Jon, October 9, 2004. More. (Photo: Jon on the lower part of the North Slide)|
|The finest weather New England has to offer, and a great hike up Cannon Mountain with Sean and David, October 3, 2004. More.|
|Warm and dry weather, and an exciting ascent of Mt. Flume and Mt. Liberty, via the Flume Slide Trail (gulp), with Hope and Jon, September 25, 2004. Compete report and pics. (Photo: On top of Mt. Flume, with Mt. Lincoln and Mt. Lafayette behind us.)|
|The weather report was excellent, that is, the weather report for the lowlands! On top: The season's first ice! Mt. Osceola and the East Peak of Osceola, September 19, 2004. Complete report.|
|Jon and Dave snag Mt. Whiteface and Mt. Passaconaway, September 11, 2004. Complete report.|
|Dave conquers S. Kinsman, N. Kinsman, and the Cannonballs in the White Mtns, September 3, 2004. Complete report here.|
|Dave grabs Mt. Moosilauke in the White Mtns, August 28, 2004. Click here for more on the hike.|
|Cleaning up an old mess: I left Iroquois behind back in 1969 or so, and July vacation afforded the perfect time to grab that peak. More pictures, including the family on Mt. Jo.|
|February 28, 2004: The taking of Allen Mountain, in under 14 hours! A grand solo adventure! The full report.|
With the DNC so close at hand, there was no way the festivities would be complete without a visit from Mona, who graced the Emily's List luncheon, then attended the Revolutionary Women afternoon workshops and rally. It was a day of fine speeches and fun!
The Luncheon Hall
When Barbara Mikulski, the U.S. Senator from Maryland (yes, of course she is a Democrat) needs advice, you know who she turns to!
Sam & Dave conquer Mt. Redfield! Get the complete story of the February vacation!
OH MY GOD Are these cute kitties or what?? Click on the picture for a couple more shots
Since we needed another hobby, meet the Scuba Boys (click on the pic for larger image)
An old vacation shot from Rhode Island:
Reunions akimbo! Talk about an incredible weekend, Oh Michigan Buddies, You Are Amazing! Here are my best shots from the weekend.
Here are couple quick shots from Port Washington Class of '73, taken 7/03. More to follow. . .
And, thanks to Earl and Amy, here are a couple of nostalgia shots from 1976.
In older news: Danny survived the 8th Grade Semi-Formal. Part of the fun was the caricature booth. Dan contributed the theme and the artist did the rest. See the shocking results!
Photos from the Great Farm House Vacation, July 2001 (pretty old stuff)
Amanda's Camp Pictures, Summer 2000 and beyond
Really Old News: Old New Kitties!
The Blizzard of '03 is now history. A sample of what our yard looked like.
Hungry? We have got a couple recipes right here!
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