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Last Comment by trfour - Posted Date: Fri April 28, 2017 6:15pm [ Post a Comment
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Wonderful job Dennis! Must be a joysey jersey Abi's got on... :-)
Photo Details: "Another happy visit with a new friend" by BaileyBecca - Posted Date: Tue April 4, 2017 - Rating: n/a

Last Comment by SteveA - Posted Date: Fri March 10, 2017 7:59pm [ Post a Comment
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This makes for a great screen saver. Want a copy?.. just "right click" on the image and save it to your computer.. then just "right Click on the image and select.. "set as screensaver"
Photo Details: "White Mountains from Lincoln Park 3-8-17" by SteveA - Posted Date: Fri March 10, 2017 - Rating: n/a

Last Comment by Maria - Posted Date: Wed March 1, 2017 9:32pm [ Post a Comment
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Thank you so much for the info! We have been coming to Gilford for over 30 years and only 1 time did I see a Moose at night on the Alton Gilford line. We usually go to Pittsburg - Moose Alley to catch a glimpse! What time of day did you see them? Where is the Snowmobile Museum???? Would love to catch a glimpse a bit closer to home! Again thanks for the great picture and I'm sooooooo jelly!
Photo Details: "Company, On The Trail" by trfour - Posted Date: Tue February 21, 2017 - Rating: n/a

Last Comment by BaileyBecca - Posted Date: Wed March 1, 2017 6:13pm [ Post a Comment
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Like your work in the "fog". Nice pictures!
Photo Details: "Pier to nowhere" by Mary GillBoe - Posted Date: Wed March 1, 2017 - Rating: n/a

Last Comment by BaileyBecca - Posted Date: Wed February 22, 2017 3:02pm [ Post a Comment
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Close !!! Nice picture!
Photo Details: "Company, On The Trail" by trfour - Posted Date: Tue February 21, 2017 - Rating: n/a

Last Comment by trfour - Posted Date: Wed February 22, 2017 4:59am [ Post a Comment
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Also, there were two huge bull moose I've seen on the trails down through Gilmanton, on our way to the Snowmobile Museum...
Photo Details: "Company, On The Trail" by trfour - Posted Date: Tue February 21, 2017 - Rating: n/a

Last Comment by trfour - Posted Date: Wed February 22, 2017 4:45am [ Post a Comment
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Hi Maria, Oh I've seen tons and tons O moose on the trails, in restricted lighting, cloudy and after dark while riding. This was over in Tamworth, NH. Thank you for your comment. Terry
Photo Details: "Company, On The Trail" by trfour - Posted Date: Tue February 21, 2017 - Rating: n/a

Last Comment by Maria - Posted Date: Tue February 21, 2017 11:57pm [ Post a Comment
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Where was this?????? What an awesome experience!!!!!!
Photo Details: "Company, On The Trail" by trfour - Posted Date: Tue February 21, 2017 - Rating: n/a

Last Comment by Top-Water - Posted Date: Sun January 8, 2017 10:18pm [ Post a Comment
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Awesome photo, and the replies to it. Pretty rare photo when you consider the "Mount" probably only looked like this for a short amount of time.
Photo Details: "MT Washington passing under Aquedoctan Bridge in Weirs Channel" by carguy - Posted Date: Mon September 18, 2006 - Rating: n/a

Last Comment by Tallyho - Posted Date: Sun January 8, 2017 7:35am [ Post a Comment
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Nice looking boat! Several companies manufactured boats of this type in the fifties. Penn Yan of course was probably the best known, but Thompson, Sebago, and Wolverine also built them. The last two are pretty rare these days. I see that you have the original Evenrude controls.
Photo Details: "195? make unknown" by Dad sold the C * C - Posted Date: Wed January 4, 2017 - Rating: n/a

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