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North Kinsman in WinterIn early March, 2002, we put the Kinsmans in our sites. We bit off a bit more than we could chew, but had a wonderful time getting to the top of North Kinsman and back again.
The Osgood Trail & Mt. MadisonAt the end of February, 1999, Phil and I spent three beautiful days in the Whites, hoping to summit Mt. Madison. One of us succeeded.
Mt. CarrigainIn late August of 1998 my sons and I embarked on a fabulous two-day loop hike that included summitting Mt. Carrigain (does anyone say fabulous anymore??).
Mt. Passaconaway, Mt. Whiteface, and the TripyramidsOver Columbus Day weekend of 1997, I went on a two-day solo backpacking trip that took me to the top of Mt. Passaconaway, Mt. Whiteface, and the Tripyramids. The weather was unbelievably good.
The Southern PresidentialsDuring the weekend of September 7-8 1996, my brother-in-law Phill Benincaso, my son Adam, and I hiked the Southern Presidentials.
Galehead, South Twin, Zealand, and the BondsDuring the week of July 4, 1996, I took my sons Matt & Adam on a three-day hike over six of New Hampshire's 4,000 footers: Galehead, South Twin, Zealand, West Bond, Bond, and Bondcliff.
Zealand NotchIn January of 1996, Phill (left) and I spent three glorious days snowshoe hiking in the Zealand Notch region of New Hampshire' s White Mountains.
Sandwich MountainDuring the summer of 1994, my family accompanied me on a backpacking trip that included summiting Sandwich Mountain, The tallest peak in New E ngland that isn't 4,000 feet high (3,993 ft).
The Northern PresidentialsIn September of 1994, I went on a solo, 3-day backpacking trip in the white mountains. My destination? The Northern Presidentials.


Mt. CardiganJuly of 1999 was the perfect time to scrape together all of the guys in the family and take a hike up Mt. Cardigan.
Mt. Tom, Mt. Field, and Mt. WilleyLate in October 1997, I motored up north for a (very) late fall hike along the Willey Range of New Hampshire's White Mountains.
Mt. MossilaukeDuring July of 1995, Phill, his brother Tony, and my sons coaxed my father-in-law Frank to accompany us on a dayhike up Mt. Moosilauke, the westernmost 4,000 footer in the White Mountains. The visibility on top was, shall we say, nonexistent.

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