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Totally whacked out with work this week and hardly any time to even get out a Report. I was lucky to get in a good X-Country ski loop around the cliffs (~8 miles) on Monday. Thank god for that wee spot of exercise, or I would really be a basket-case. In any event here is the latest info (and literally nothing else) for your dining and dancing pleasure.
Ice Conditions Report:
Selected Ice Conditions effective December 10, 2016
Shoestring was climbed by multiple parties today! Not that there was a ton of ice on it! The Tablets at Lake Willoughby were climbed today by Alden Pellett and a partner! Ice is busting out all over the place, anywhere there is water flowing!!! Stay tuned folks. Everything is in the process of rapid change right now. It didn't get above 25 degrees all day Friday and 22 on Saturday here in the Valley. It is surely colder up in the Notch. I would bet that at this rate by Sunday things will have radically changed, for the better!
Mobile Version Of NEClimbs:
Up on one of the Mount Washington Valley's finest crags and want to know what that climb you're looking at is? Or maybe you're on your way up from Boston and want to check out the Ice Report for your upcoming weekend plans. Or more likely, you're at work just want to daydream about your next adventure. Well if you have a smart phone handy, you can get to NEClimbs from anywhere you have cell service. While it doesn't offer every single feature of the site and it's not an "app", in mobile form, it does do a whole lot and is very useful. Here is the live link to the mobile version of NEClimbs:
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The whole life long you can climb on your own border, on your own limits, you can be satisfied all the time. I never want to stop climbing. I can't imagine to stop climbing because it lives in my brain somehow. It exists and it makes me happy.