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avatar Homage to the White Mountains of New Hampshire
May 14, 2012 08:41PM
My Homage to the White Mountains of New Hampshire can be found below.

Homage to the White Mountains



Laudizen

Myths can't be translated as they did in their ancient soil. We can only find our own meaning in our own time. –Margaret Atwood.
Re: Homage to the White Mountains of New Hampshire
May 15, 2012 12:42AM
Bowing to his greatness

Most of my mother's family still lives in NH and my mom grew up in the shadow of Mt. Washington. I have been to the peak several times; each by car or Cog Railway. I will hike it one day...
avatar Re: Homage to the White Mountains of New Hampshire
May 17, 2012 06:41AM
Thanks for your comments, it is beautiful country to be sure.
avatar Re: Homage to the White Mountains of New Hampshire
May 17, 2012 08:06AM
CPG (Curry Pizza Guy):

My story about Mt. Washington here:
http://yosemitenews.info/forum/read.php?3,44470,44629#msg-44629

Mr. King:
Bowing to his greatness

This is what it is about. I thank you.



Chick-on is looking at you!
Re: Homage to the White Mountains of New Hampshire
May 17, 2012 08:53AM
Mr. King:
It was surreal making that drive from Manchester or Boston for the first time after the Old Man on the Mountain collapse. This story is the same for so many tied to NH---but it never failed that as a kid we would eagerly wait for the viewing and attempt to be the first one to spot the Old Man. The collapse was very sad for our entire family--I suppose mostly just memories.

Chick-ON: Thanks for referencing your trip. I didn't remember seeing that before.
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