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post #151 of 156

Here's a patrol map of PCMR naming all the little nooks and crannies. I'm not sure how it will reproduce here. Note the helicopter landing areas..

 

post #152 of 156

Here's a patrol map of PCMR naming all the little nooks and crannies. I'm not sure how it will reproduce here. Note the helicopter landing areas..

 

Edit: looked OK in the preview, but it doesn't look readable in this format. Too bad... 

post #153 of 156

Interesting. I have seen references to a patrol map of Snowbird but have never seen one. Anybody have one?

post #154 of 156
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Originally Posted by justruss View Post

Where I learned in 1st grade! RIP Mount Tom, MA, 1962 - 1998, all 680 vertical feet of you:

 

 

Mt. Tom is gone? Seriously? I didn't know that. Sheesh, I guess I don't get out much any more. nonono2.gif

post #155 of 156

Since 1998.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Tom_Ski_Area

 

 

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Mt. Tom is gone? Seriously? I didn't know that. Sheesh, I guess I don't get out much any more. nonono2.gif

post #156 of 156

Big Birch -- skied there with the Scouts when I was a kid.  It was our "upstate" camping trip.

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