Spring, Summer, and Fall

Sadly, it can't snow all the time!

Mt. Isolation

Susan, Paul, The Octopus, me, and the Southern Presidentials. October 1999.

Sunset over Howe Sound, BC.

Along Rt. 99 between Vancouver and Whistler, January 1999.

Owl's Head Slide Path

Matthew D. and Simon ascend the slide to the most remote 4000'er, with Lafayette in the background. October, 1998.

The Bubbles, Acadia National Park

On a dreary day, from Jordan Pond, June 1998.

Franconia Ridge, from Flume summit.

Here I add a few inches to the 4328' already there. The wind made standing up impractical. May 1998

Mt. Jackson, 4054 ft.

Randy, me, and Karen Willcox on the summit of Jackson. July, 1997.

Mt. Lafayette, 5260 ft.

Here is a peak-bagger shot of Randy, Laurie Nazzaro, and myself on top of Lafayette, with the Pemigewasset Wilderness in the background. October 1996.

Not Pristine Wilderness

Something different: a hike along the Appalachian Trail between Lehigh Gap and Little Gap. Years of heavy-metal processing in nearby Palmerton have killed off all of the vegetation. Signs warn hikers not to camp, stop, eat anything, or drink anything. December, 2000.

Team Tester: Kicking More Ass

At Madison Hut on a wild and windy day. Including: Mike, Audrey, Anish, Joanna, Josh, Quico, Me, and Freddy. August 1999.

Lincoln Brook, Pemigewasset Wilderness

Near the Lincoln Woods Trail, October, 1998.

Crawford Notch from Mt. Crawford

On a cold and wet July afternoon with Paul and Susan. July, 1998.

Chimney, Mt. Osceola Trail

Randy descending the steepest part of a steep, rocky trail. June 1998.

Mt. Flume, from Mt. Liberty.
May 1998.

Mt. Eisenhower and the Southern Presidentials

From Mt. Pierce looking north to Eisenhower, Franklin, Monroe, and Washington. July 1997.

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