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Tuckerman Ravine Work Weekend


Saturday 10/22 and Sunday 10/23

Tuckerman Ravine Work WeekendThe Tuckerman Ravine region was hit particularly hard during Irene. Due to all the hurricane damage this season, Friends of Tuckerman Ravine (FOTR) and the White Mountain National Forest reached out for help, and NEice and many others were there to lend a helping hand.

We moved an estimated 7 tons of rock to rebuild the third bridge on the Tuckerman trail. This was no easy task given the cold, rainy weather, but the spirits were high and the work went quickly.

Please join the Friends of Tuckerman Ravine for the 2nd Annual Tucks Dinner and help fund their efforts.

Awards Banquet and Live/Silent Auction. November 5, 2011.



Hillman's Highway after the storm

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Photos by Doug Millen
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One Response to “Tuckerman Ravine Work Weekend”

  • Hi!

    Naomi Risch put me in touch with your link. I am on the board for Friends of Tuckerman, and am a reporter for the Conway Daily Sun. I am writing a followup story on last weekend’s efforts for Friday’s paper. Would it be possible to use your shots for Friday’s issue?

    If that is OK, could you please send me the two shots above in high-res 300 dpi, and how would you like to be credited for the picture?

    Thanks in advance!

    Tom Eastman
    The Conway Daily Sun

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