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  1. #41
    Exactly right. It has been quite a few years.
    Snow, Ice, Wind, Heat, and Humidity; Experience the world.
    Ski what you can, hike and climb what you can't. Use the rubbers(cycle) for distance.

  2. #42
    Big waves, big mountains. It's all good.

  3. #43
    Ski season is over for us, and soon it is mud and bug season, so we'll kayak and beach. But mid summer and fall, we'll hike until it's ski season. Every weekend, generally. I'll post a TR about most trips. Each trip is different. Before each trip, we check out previous TR's to the same location, hoping to find a camping spot near water. We hope to provide useful info to others going there later.

    We did a couple winter hikes this year, but it means less skiing, and we really love to ski!
    lovin life,

    Bob

  4. #44
    Yeah my only winter hikes really consisted of no Summits and no camping. We did Ricketts Glen, PA and Glen Onoko Falls, PA. Lots of ice, but we picked the most beautiful days to go, so there wasn't a lot of skill required to complete the hikes.

    Snow, Ice, Wind, Heat, and Humidity; Experience the world.
    Ski what you can, hike and climb what you can't. Use the rubbers(cycle) for distance.

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