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My Name is Randall and I live in Easton, MD USA. I’m 39 years old and I’m currently disable for multiple back injuries and Major Depression. 52 more words

Transportation

The Presidential Traverse and Beyond

Location: White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire
Dates: June 26-28, 2015
Participants: Dana Sanford, Miguel Gonzalez, Nate Watts, Ray Priebe, Dillon Sarnelli

Once upon a time way back in 2012, Dana, Migz, Nate and Ray got off a plane at DIA and within 24 hours found themselves on the summits of Chiefs Head (Sheeps Head if you ask Dana) and Alice in Rocky Mountain National Park. 907 more words

Mount Adams

Bigham House, Chatham Village

Today this house is used as a clubhouse for residents of Chatham Village. It was built in 1844 or 1849 (Father Pitt has seen both dates) for Thomas James Bigham, a notorious abolitionist who was rumored to harbor fugitive slaves here. 113 more words

Mount Washington

Crime Stoppers: Reward Offered For Information Leading To Arrest In Mt. Washington Bank Robbery

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Pittsburgh Police are reaching out to the community because they don’t have a whole lot to go on in their investigation into an armed bank robbery in Mount Washington. 145 more words

News

Vintage Baby Mini Session | Jackson

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I absolutely adore newborns, but I love when they grow into to happy little smiling babies, too!  Jackson was a pistol and hammed it up for me his entire session.  197 more words

Baby Pics

Colorado Runners Win Mount Washington Road Race

PINKHAM NOTCH, N.H. (AP) — A Colorado man and woman have again won the Mount Washington Road Race.

Thirty-one-year-old Joe Gray of Colorado Springs defended his title on Saturday, completing the 7.6-mile climb to the summit of Mount Washington in 58 minutes and 15 seconds. 100 more words

Sports

The 2015 "Bicknell's Thrush and the White Mountains" Van Trip

Our annual “Bicknell’s Thrush and the White Mountains” van trip to New Hampshire took place on the weekend of June 13-14 this year. Still licking my wounds from failing to provide satisfactory views for clients (on a private trip earlier in the week) for the first time in over 30 tours to look for this enigmatic, secretive, and range-restricted Northeastern breeding endemic earlier in the week, I was ready to get back in the game and start a new streak. 563 more words

Birding