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Return

It’s been a long time, with many changes in the interim. I’ll come to those in time. I’m going to conduct an experiment in writing more regularly, hopefully daily. This is my first Christmas that I’ve spent apart from my … Continue reading

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Moosilauke (NH4k #34)

We took advantage of the gorgeous weather and headed up to Moosilauke this weekend. We were looking for something close, not too long, and high yield (i.e., had good views), and the mountain did not disappoint. My big failing as … Continue reading

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The Hancocks (NH4k #30-31) and Osceolas (NH4k #32-33)

Between work and fellowship interviews, it’s been a long dry spell for hiking. Until about 2 weeks ago, I was basically spending every day working, traveling, or interviewing. Last weekend, though, we were able to tie a couple days of … Continue reading

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Haikingudesu ka? Īe, watashi wa ima, haikingu shite inai.

I fully intend to finish the prior post…just not tonight. The long absence of any new content on this blog reflects the state of the rest of my life. Without getting into too much detail, it’s been busy. At the … Continue reading

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Days 3-6: The Carters, Moriah, and Madison

We wrapped up our “easy day” of hiking Willey at Joe Dodge Lodge in Pinkham Notch. I kind of love Joe Dodge. It has a very retro feel to it, and while spartan compared to a regular hotel (1 towel … Continue reading

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Days 0-3: Garfield, the Twins and Galehead, and Willey

Pictures soon! We left Boston very late Thursday night–H had to work and I had to meet with a friend/mentor about a new project, so we didn’t hit the road until at least 8PM after inhaling sandwiches from the wonderful … Continue reading

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We’re back! (NH4k #21-29!)

H and I got back last night from six glorious days of hiking. We conquered nine new peaks (Garfield, Galeheard, Moriah, Madison, Middle Carter, South Carter, North and South Twin), backcountry camped, and faced many fears. Well…I faced many fears. … Continue reading

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Oatmeal cookies

I have a great disdain for most oatmeal cookies, and it’s because I grew up thinking that my mother’s extraordinary version were the standard. Over the weekend, I got the recipe from her (again), and I thought I’d share…while putting … Continue reading

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Audubon exploration and trip planning

It’s been a busy past few weeks, despite basically being able to set my own schedule. I took the last of the three licensing exams (and passed), have finally finished applying to fellowship, and am most of the way through … Continue reading

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Summertime strikes, and car camping

It has abruptly gotten hot and muggy here in New England. Yesterday was dry, clear, and almost chilly in the shade. Today it was in the mid-90s with a heat index >100. Despite having the afternoon off, I couldn’t bring … Continue reading

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