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    Ok, tell me if this works, I think I made a map.
    https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msid...rce=gplus-ogsb
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    trip report Great Pumpkin Hang, Oct18-20, 2013, Cardigan Mt, NH

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    trip report Great Pumpkin Hang, Oct18-20, 2013, Cardigan Mt, NH

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    The Great Pumpkin Hang>Mt. Cardigan, NH<Oct 18-20

    ===> AWESOME pics! Can't wait to hang there! THANKS!

    ~ Sky
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    one more
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    If you teach a child to reason they'll think for a lifetime.
    trip report Great Pumpkin Hang, Oct18-20, 2013, Cardigan Mt, NH

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    whew. I'm glad I asked. :-) My circumstances are leaning well in favor of making this trip. Looking forward to it. Hopefully I could even try hiking the mountain.
    Stealth camping is all fun and games until you have to take a dump.

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    Re: The Great Pumpkin Hang>Mt. Cardigan, NH<Oct 18-20

    Do we hike in a bit or drive right up to the camp? Those pictures are gorgeous, hoping some of the color remains next weekend as well. I am going to make a pot of chili to share along with corn bread and spaghetti.
    Megan
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    Re: The Great Pumpkin Hang>Mt. Cardigan, NH<Oct 18-20

    Oh, and 6 more days!
    Megan
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    "Scary narrow wooden bridge" Perfect for Halloween!

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    The Great Pumpkin Hang>Mt. Cardigan, NH<Oct 18-20

    ===> How scary, and how narrow is the wooden bridge? Wonder if it will support The Truck Of Holding? We'll see I guess. Keep 911 and AAA on speed dial!

    ~ Sky
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    I make no claims as to the structural integrity of said bridge. It has huge steel I-beams and new wooden decking. I drive my bigass truck over it all the time. ( I think I still always hold my breath though).

    You can drive right up to our land and it is maybe 200 yards to the campfire and stream and outhouse. The vista where I camped this weekend is maybe a half or third mile hike uphill with a little bushwhacking. I expect most of you will want to camp at the stream, but you are certainly welcome to camp anywhere that strikes your fancy. We just have to follow the fire marshal's rules and not have campfires out of the prepared fire ring.
    ~ʎpuıɔ~
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    trip report Great Pumpkin Hang, Oct18-20, 2013, Cardigan Mt, NH

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