Worcester, MAUSA 01601
October 7, 2012
No introduction yet
I assume this means no events to promote, but individuals can still discuss? What is liberty without freedom of expression. I think I know what you mean (based on previous membership), but perhaps some clarification is in order. Hope to become active again!
These people are serious about getting involved and making a difference! Very committed to bringing our country back to its roots and supporting viable candidates. Oh, and nice people, too!
Hi Terry - it was great meeting you and the group of brave walkers yesterday ! My sister Louise and I ( Susan) LOVED the walk --- crazy looong walk and you were a fabulous guide -thanks for putting together such a challenging and beautiful walk! Look forward to joining you again soon - TY - Susan Z
Hey Terry, I enjoyed hiking Monadnock with you the other day, and hopefully will join you for another hike in the near future.
Terry, thanks again! We all enjoyed the day.
Thank you, Terry for organizing today's trip. It was beautiful weather and a nice group for company. Thanks again.
We went up again on New years day. There are many trails going up. First time up went up the Roaring Brook Trail heads in from the west, a real nice trail with lots of options to do alternative loops etc. As is gets closer to your trip I can give you more details, or if I can I'll join you.
Thanks on the compliment for the photo had to take about 10 pictures to get a good one. Most were of the back as he or she tried to get away. Taken up on Greylock at the end of October.
Thanks. The ice cave pic was taken in January on Franz Josef Glacier on the South Island of New Zealand. They have many glaciers there in the Southern Alps that split the middle of the South Island. The last 5 photos are all from my Backroad Travel New Zealand trip. The snow capped mountains photo is Lake Matheson and Mt. Cook / Aoraki, the highest mountain in New Zealand at over 12,000 feet. There is a subtropical rainforest photo from near Lake Brunner.
Hey, thanks for the welcome! That's our dog Jersey...with her new pack people tend to think she's a "working dog" which is fairly hilarious.
Hi Terry....thanks it was great to meet you also! Perhaps one of these days we'll be hiking together. You don't owe me anything....you saved me an hour of exercise :0)
Terry, I have Quabbin Gate 40 saved in my GPS. The coordinates to enter in the GPS are N42 degrees 26 minutes 45.3 seconds by W 72 degrees 12 minutes 57.0 seconds. A simpler way is to enter the intersection of Hardwick Road and Glen Valley Road in Petersham and then when you get there drive a little farther north (a tenth of a mile?) to Gate 40, the short road entrance to which you should be able to see on your left. I sent this to Irene, as well.