|In early March, 2002, we put the Kinsmans in our sites. We bit off a bit more than we could chew, but had a wonderful time getting to the top of North Kinsman and back again.|
|At the end of February, 1999, Phil and I spent three beautiful days in the Whites, hoping to summit Mt. Madison. One of us succeeded.|
|In late August of 1998 my sons and I embarked on a fabulous two-day loop hike that included summitting Mt. Carrigain (does anyone say fabulous anymore??).|
|Over Columbus Day weekend of 1997, I went on a two-day solo backpacking trip that took me to the top of Mt. Passaconaway, Mt. Whiteface, and the Tripyramids. The weather was unbelievably good.|
|During the weekend of September 7-8 1996, my brother-in-law Phill Benincaso, my son Adam, and I hiked the Southern Presidentials. |
|During the week of July 4, 1996, I took my sons Matt & Adam on a three-day hike over six of New Hampshire's 4,000 footers: Galehead, South Twin, Zealand,
West Bond, Bond, and Bondcliff. |
| ||In January of 1996, Phill (left) and I spent three glorious days snowshoe hiking in the Zealand Notch region of New Hampshire'
s White Mountains.|
| ||During the summer of 1994, my family accompanied me on a backpacking trip that included summiting Sandwich Mountain, The tallest peak in New E
ngland that isn't 4,000 feet high (3,993 ft).|
| ||In September of 1994, I went on a solo, 3-day backpacking trip in the white mountains. My destination? The Northern Presidentials. |
| ||July of 1999 was the perfect time to scrape together all of the guys in the family and take a hike up Mt. Cardigan.
| ||Late in October 1997, I motored up north for a (very) late fall hike along the Willey Range of New Hampshire's White Mountains.|
| ||During July of 1995, Phill, his brother Tony, and my sons coaxed my father-in-law Frank to accompany us on a dayhike up Mt. Moosilauke, the westernmost 4,000 footer in the White Mountains. The visibility on top was, shall we say, nonexistent. |