Hi John,This is the first time I am trying the "pop up" feature!I have also turned off the "embedded" feature and enable pop-up comments on my blog, so hopefully I'll be able to publish a response to your comment on my next post (whenever that may be!)As for this post, what a great hike! Views of ski areas, beaches and climbing walls all add interest to this trek. It looks like you're having terrific trekking weather in NH this summer, too. Another enjoyable post, John!
Hi Rita . . . I’d delighted that the “pop-up” feature has allowed you to once again post comments. Let’s keep fingers crossed that Blogger doesn’t change something else that will have an adverse impact on this! :-) The only downside that I notice for this “pop-up” feature is that there appears to be no way to post a ‘reply’ as a ‘reply’. Instead, it seems you need to post a ‘reply’ as a ‘comment’. That is sort of a step backwards to the way Blogger used to work several years ago.Regardless, I thank you for your comments and for being such a faithful follower of my postings.John
Hi John,While most bloggers venture to bigger mountains, it's always a delight to see you writing about smaller hikes like this. The views look amazing, and I now have some interest in hiking this area myself. Another great blog!
Hi Evan . . . thanks for your comments.Smaller hikes are something which I’ve recently grown to appreciate. I like the fact that a smaller adventure enables me to get in a few hours of hiking, PLUS still have ample time during the day to leisurely engage in non-hiking activities. :-)Happy trails,John
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