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in: ernst; ernst > 2021-10-31

Nov 1, 2021 11:53 PM # 
bl:
That sure is a fine tour, a good October farewell. I got to know Tower and Round Pond Roads and environs in the past year (really reacquainted - it had been so long). It seems amazing that the Pawtuckaway mountains constitute an ancient volcanic dike in the Granite State and P'way so strewn with granite boulders.
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Nov 2, 2021 12:17 AM # 
jjcote:
There's another (much bigger) one of those NE of Winnipesaukee, I think -- the Ossipee Mountains.
Nov 2, 2021 10:55 PM # 
ernst:
Yes, Mt. Shaw and Mt Roberts and others. The SW slopes down to L. Winnipesaukee are like the Wt Mountains, - Granite, boulders, steep, rough, etc. The NE side, possibly the inside of the ancient crater, is fertile ground, mellow with deciduous trees, and almost no rock. Two very different worlds very close together.

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