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If you could pick up Cannon and move it......

skiNEwhere

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Is this some sort of passive aggressive way of trying to diss my posts? Sure sounds like it
 

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i think my f350 could tow it, can't weigh that much after the ice melts off. i'd bring it to martha's vineyard.
 

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Is this some sort of passive aggressive way of trying to diss my posts? Sure sounds like it

Oh please. I did not even realize until now that you were the OP of both threads. Don't take it personal.

To be honest, the pick up and move question is a good one, the Cannon thread seems like a bit of a troll to stir up some off season muck.
 

jimk

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I often kid with other folks in the mid-Atlantic...if only Mother Nature had given us a couple 10,000 foot dormant volcanoes in our region?? One for the conservationists and one for Walt Schoenknecht to work on. :-D
 

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On top of Loon. Would make for ~4,300' of vert, with a summit elevation at ~5,200'. Challenging terrain up top. Great base facilities at the bottom. Transition from the Gondola to the Tram at mid-mountain!
 

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Not that I would ever want to see the mountain moved (NH is just beautiful), but I would be interested to see what a huge mountain like Cannon would do snow wise if it was located say just east of Lake Onterio.

Lake Hopatcong, NJ
 

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Not answering the question, but along the same line of thinking. If the White Mountains were at 10,000 feet, they'd have permanent glaciers.
 
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