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Author: FoolinGrapeApe Big gold star, 5000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 897  
Subject: Almost Date: 6/19/2010 5:36 PM
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So today I picked up my friend and his soon to be 12 year old son to hike Mt Webster and Jackson. Jackson is a 4K which would have brought me to 27. Beautiful day. We started up the trail and Corey, my friends son, was moving a little slow. No worries. After about an hour on the trail there was a view point that I went to go see. I thought they would follow as it was only a few yards off the trail. After checking it out and coming back over the small rise, there was Corey blowing chunks. Hike aborted.

Before we started I noticed that the lupin were in bloom in Crawford Notch. As for the trail it seemed like a great trail. There are a couple of features such as Elephant Head (a piece of ledge that looks like it) and Bugle Cliffs. Never made it to Bugle Cliffs or either summit. I definitely want to get back. Oh well. The mountain will be there for another day...


Grape

pic of Elephant Head

http://photos.whitemountainhistory.org/images/A_7/9/7/9/7979...
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