All articles tagged as 'swimming holes in New England'

SPA Trip #8: Not What It’s Often Called
July 12th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 5 Comments

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Many people refer to this place as being the falls of some dude who died in a hotel fire in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, at the age of 62. This is not those falls. Look at Bill go! (Bill just got in from CT, and needed to get some air time!) Those ... ...Read more

SPA Trip #6: Run Out of Ammo in the Wild West
June 30th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 9 Comments

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"Where do you go if you are Run Out of Ammo?" Down down down! It's just the law of gravity! Indeed Run Out Ammo is cold and clear even on the hottest summer days. If you're seeing this view (either with or without snow), you're probably on your way up; ... ...Read more

TR: Summer Livin’
June 20th, 2010 | By:  Allen

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I'll be the first to admit it, I'm a gun loving liberal redneck. I enjoy being a contradiction more than anything else. There are more than a few ways to enjoy summer, in this TR I cover three of my top six summer activities: shooting guns, flying through the ... ...Read more

TR: A Trinity — The Dregs of a New Hampshire Winter
June 15th, 2010 | By:  Greg

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Christian and I headed over to Mount Washington this past weekend for our first trip to Tuckerman Ravine of the season. Check it out if you are interested in seeing some pictures of skiing, rock climbing, and swimming in June on the East Coast. Also check it out if you ... ...Read more

SPA Trip #3: Fake Lucerne
June 14th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 22 Comments

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Deep in The Kingdom is a very deep lake. The water is so deep in fact, that often times this lake is the very last in the region to freeze, and is icy cold even in the heat of summer. It is the work of an ice age long gone. ... ...Read more

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