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Easy Hike Nashua NH. & or Drinks & or Food after
Easy Hike Mine Falls Nashua NH. & drinks & food, Sunday Nov. 18th. 1 pm.- 3ish pm. Mine Falls Coliseum Ave. Nashua, NH. Food & drinks after 3:30 pm. @ Shorty's THIS EVENT IS GOING ON RAIN or SHINE! THIS IS A DOG & CHILD FRIENDLY EVENT. You can not see all of the RSVPs. This event is cross posted with over 10 other Groups. Host: Steve Ob1. [masked] [masked] Join us at anytime. If you can't make it at 1 pm.? I will have my phone on, call or text me. The trails crisscross each other. So, you can usually meet us on the trail. You can also just join us at 3:30 pm. for food & drinks after the hike, at Shorty's. It is less than a half mile from our hike in the Nashua Mall parking lot. This hike is an easy hike on mostly paved trails at Mine Falls Park in Nashua. Please note, this is not a race. Our intent is to enjoy nature and the views of the area. We will be hiking at a chatting speed along the way. This event is meant more to just get out, than to get a really good workout. This can be a 1.5 mile or 3.5 or 5.2 mile hike. We will enjoy nature for about an hour an half to a max of three hours, with a breaks/stops along the trail. This park is just full of beautiful views and history and very close to the highway. So, come and enjoy some fresh air, beautiful views, rain or shine, all this while in good company of some new and old friends. We will meet at 1:00 pm in the parking lot at the end of Coliseum Ave, which is off of Rte 130 at exit 6, off of rt. 3, in Nashua NH. Please plan for Steve Ob1. to be doing introductions at that time also. DIRECTIONS: Take exit 6 from Route 3 (Route 130) and go about a a 1000 feet west towards Brookline NH., take a left at the next traffic light past the entrance to the shopping center area (Coliseum Ave), go all the way to the end of the road for the parking lot. Look for the meetup sign. Warning!!!! The ticks are very bad this year. So, keep out of the high grass. Use bug pray on your pants and pull your sucks over your pants. Please remember to bring sun screen, bug spray and plenty of fluids. Dress in layers, so that you will be comfortable the whole time we are out on the trails. If anyone cares to join us after the hike? We plan to go an grab a bite to eat or enjoy a drink, or hot chocolate, at nearby Shorty's restaurant. Turn off of Coliseum Ave. between the Coat Factory & Home Depot. At the end is Shorty's. Ask for Meetup at the restaurant. Liability Release - AS A CONDITION OF ATTENDING THIS MEETUP, YOU AGREE TO hold harmless, and indemnify the organizer and his or her heirs, and all members and participants of this Meetup group from any and all claims for injury, illness, death, and/or property damage including those caused by negligence, ignorance, inexperience and other reasons. You also agree to assume all mental, physical, financial, and/or other risk associated with this meetup. All meetup activities pose inherent risks and dangers. Participation in these activities is voluntary and dependent upon your own personal judgment.

Mine Falls Lincon Park at the end of Coliseum Ave past Hannaford's & Chunky's

Coliesum Ave, · Nashua, NH, NH

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I want to try an experiment.

Imagine a typical weekday after a long day at work. You finally get home, collapse onto the couch, click on the television…and then you remember—you have a petting zoo meetup to go to in 45 minutes. Problem is you don’t want to go to the petting zoo. Sure, it seemed like it’d be a hoot when you signed up for it eight weeks ago, but dammit your feet are tired, and you just want to relax, and besides—the new episode of Space Commandos is on tonight. So regretfully you cancel. I know…you promised yourself you’d get out more often, meet exciting people, go on more adventures, but tonight just ain’t the night for it.

Two days later, you arrive home from work vibrant, with pep in your step and rocket fuel in your veins. You’re ready to party! Or at least do some karaoke, local trivia or a late night screening at the old-timey movie theater. You’d even go to the petting zoo tonight, and pet those little animals like a champ. And look! There’s a cool meetup tonight at that awesome restaurant you’ve always wanted to…oh wait, the meetup’s full. No big deal, here’s another one at that hip bar you’ve heard about, Fangtasia. Nope, that one filled up weeks ago. Here’s one that still has an opening, quite a few openings actually…My Little Pony playgroup? Not exactly what you had in mind. “Why can’t there be more spontaneous people like me”, you think to yourself as you settle in for another re-run of Space Commandos.

Sound familiar, or is it just me? My schedule is unpredictable, so it’s hard to know when I’ll be available next month. And, besides, I don’t know if I’m going to be in the mood for a petting zoo on the first Friday in October. Maybe I’ll be more in the mood for a whiskey and grilled cheese breakfast…or a My Little Pony party…I doubt it, but stranger things have happened. The point is I’d like to find out, and so my experiment: Spontaneous Fun.

The idea is for a more spontaneous meetup, one that will focus on scheduling things later that same day, maybe even two or three days in advance, but nothing greater than a week. Maybe you’ll get a meetup notice one afternoon for a get-together for drinks later that evening, or for a night at the drive-in theater tomorrow night. I’ll focus on things that interest me (obviously), and ask for ideas from you as well, things like: drinks after work, a drive-in movie tomorrow night, or maybe an explosion-laden action film at Jordan’s IMAX on Sunday, a cool restaurant in the area one or two days in advance, a True Blood marathon (don’t worry, it’s a show) or Game of Thrones season premier, a casual hike in the area, dog park meetup (we’d have to bring dogs, otherwise that’d be weird), things like that. I’m open to get-together’s in Boston, but there are already a million meetups in Boston/Cambridge; I’d like to see more stuff happening north of the city.

So, whether you’re the spontaneous type who prefers to follow your whims, or you simply forgot to pay your electric bill and now have nothing to do, come out and join us.

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