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  • jimmyjam's run thru The Whites

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    You got a nice day for Moosilaukie!

  • Beer

    IMScotty - - Coffee Talk

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    For an introduction to what a very slightly sour fruity beer can be, I recommend the New Glarus brewery. I can't get their beers in New England, but I have them shipped to me because there is no-one who masters this style like they do.

  • welcome to the cafe

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    Quote from Astro: “10579 ” The 1977 Trans Am was the real star of that turkey

  • And In Other News

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    Plastic River in Guatemala. This is the local's drinking water. To the sea... youtube.com/watch?v=IrBGIfeABpg

  • Quote from Wise Old Owl: “OMG... I hope you are teezing. ” Salt, butter and bacon make everything netter WOO

  • Baseball Thread

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    Quote from Astro: “Quote from max.patch: “Max Scherzer goes 1 for 1 with an rbi and a run scored and raises his batting average to .292 -- but the reason i'm posting is that he now has a 5 game hitting streak which is pretty incredible if ya think about it. goes without saying that is currently the longest hitting streak by a pitcher in the majors. ” Really wish the AL would drop the DH. "Real" baseball makes for a much more interesting game. ” I'll second that, but it ain't gonna happen.

  • New Hamshire Section Hike

    IMScotty - - Trip Planning

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    Actually, that is North Woodstock JJ. The bar in the back of the Woodstock Inn is an OK place to have a drink and meet a few people. There is a nice little park across the street where my kids use to like to take their ice cream comes to enjoy along the Pemi.

  • New Hamshire Section Hike

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    Where are you staying Jimmy Jam?

  • What Are You Reading?

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    Don't know if the book mentions this but that guy supposedly 'Haased' another hiking partner on the same route a year or two before the fatality. That partner was said to have lost all his toes. It boggles my mind.

  • What Are You Reading?

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    Quote from Astro: “Not Without Peril: 150 Years of Misadventure on the Presidential Range of New Hampshire by Nicolas Howe While it can be depressing at times since as described in the title things do not usually end well. But as George Santayana said "those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it", and that I believe that is more the value of the book. Showing what not to do and how improvements have been made over time. Also interesting due to the authors familiarity with the s…

  • A place for jokes

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  • Beer

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    Quote from Traffic Jam: “Time for a beer. How about Bell’s Oberon? ” I have not had that one, but their 'HopSlam' is excellent.

  • What a great find WOO. It would be interesting to learn is that tree is truly resistant, or just lucky and isolated. Hopefully our grandkids will be able to enjoy this magnificent tree once again.

  • Have not seen that one up here yet, thankfully, but our forests are not what they once were and will be even further degraded for our grandkids I am afraid.

  • I would have loved to have seen the Appalachians when they were covered with majestic American Chestnuts. Such an important mast producer now almost entirely gone. The Chestnuts still send up young saplings from old rootstock that live a few years before they succumb to the blight. The Hemlock Wooly Adelgid is killing most of the Hemlocks here in the Northeast. Hemlocks provide important habitat for several species and winter denning areas for deer. The Appalachian forests are/will not be the sa…

  • Wild Edibles

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    There is a silver lining to these rainy days... appalachiantrailcafe.net/index…8d8e61602aad88deba16a5befappalachiantrailcafe.net/index…8d8e61602aad88deba16a5bef

  • Baseball Thread

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    Two interesting videos. In the second one it looks like the ball bounced out of the glove anyway, I don't think it was taken from the outfielder.

  • Wow, WOO is clearly into Mac & Cheese. The only kind I will eat is homemade from scratch. Something I highly recommend trying is making a cauliflower mac & cheese. Lightens up the meal a bit and lets me delude myself that I am eating healthy. For a good time my wife and I like to go to the annual New Hampshire Mac & Cheese Bakeoff. Happens in January every year in Concord, NH. Fun to taste and pick a favorite around the many different recipes. That is where I discovered desert mac & cheese made …

  • Whiskey Thread

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    I'll drop a shot of Jack in a nice Stout every once in a while, but that is the only time I mix anything with whiskey (not even including ice).