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Hillclimb Feature Presentation 5; Thomas Dineen

“The Hardest Race on Earth” I signed up for the Mount Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb in New Hampshire –called “the world’s most difficult feat in uphill cycling” by Smithsonian —mostly to train for the equally brutal SavageMan 70.0 Triathlon, named … Continue reading

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Hillclimb Feature Presentation 4; Mark Greenleaf

THIRTY TWO YEARS ON MT. WASHINGTON “BERNIE!!!”  I yelled, as I lounged in the back of the van.  I had just finished the long walk back down to the parking lot from the finish line a short time prior, passing … Continue reading

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Hillclimb Feature Presentation 3; Juan Lopera

By the numbers: 1:09:41; 9th in age group; 36th/600+ riders; 7.6 miles, 12% avg grade with 22% max on the last 50 yards, over 4.5K ft elevation gained; avg speed 6.46mpg; 1:07 or 97% at Z4 HR; 281 NP; IF/TSS: … Continue reading

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Hillclimb Feature Presentation 2; Scott Richardson

As it turns out I am not a climber. I know that this is not breaking news to any of you who have ridden with me. That includes me. I have been intrigued by this ride for 20 years since … Continue reading

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Hillclimb Feature Presentation 1; Bob Jenney

Taking on the Rock Pile This year was special. To summarize, I had a bad crash in late July of 2014 that shattered my left femur into 14 pieces. I’ve only been walking since early February and have had my … Continue reading

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Our Great Explorers

We thought everyone should see the pure happiness and excitement going on in the Explorer’s Camps here at Tin Mountain. Sarah Frankel, a counselor extraordinaire, said that “Tin Mountain Explorer’s campers and counselors have had a blast so far this summer. From Mt. … Continue reading

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A Staff Story; Our Yoga Celebration!

What a fantastic Yoga Solstice Celebration we had up here on the hill last Sunday! There were many reasons to celebrate and practice on this day. First, it was the Summer Solstice – the longest day of the year. Yoga … Continue reading

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An Intern Story; The Black-throated Blue Warbler

It’s officially summer! While summer is commonly associated with things such as pools and cookouts, there’s one thing that can’t be forgotten in the list: the return of birds. Many birds have flown hundreds of miles from South American back … Continue reading

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Outside Recreation in Albany, NH

We are very fortunate to live so close to four miles of multi-use trails that are maintained by the White Mountains chapter of the New England Mountain Bike Association under the eye of the Albany Conservation Commission. The trail network … Continue reading

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April has Something BIG to Offer

We all know April showers bring May flowers. We also all know that the spring will bring on the annual bird migrations. A lesser known fact is that April showers will also bring on the annual salamander migrations! Mole salamanders … Continue reading

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