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A Bit of Johns Brook Lodge History

One of the two ADK owned lodges is in the town of Keene. Johns Brook Lodge is 5 miles up the brook from the end of Interbrook Road. It was built in 1925 on a spot that had been occupied by Mel Hathaway, guide turned hermit and squatter. It has been open for over 50 summers for hikers headed up Marcy way who wish to sleep in a bed or eat a kitchen prepared meal. Hut boys backpack the supplies in, though the heavier materials such as fuel tanks are snowsledded in the winter before.

Mountain Club To Celebrate 30 Years

The following article appeared in The Daily Star on October 16, 2007

Mountain Club To Celebrate 30 Years


Using the Calendar

The calendar has a few features that may not be intuitive.

To see a larger version of the calendar simply click on the Month at the top of the calendar.

Any day with the number in bold type can be clicked on to reveal an event or events.

Once you have the large calendar filling most of your screen you have choices as to how the information is presented.

* Week - choose to see the events of the current week. Use > to move to other weeks.
* Day - choose to see the events of a single day

Half A Minute by A Thawing Mountain Stream

Let the video speak for itself. Clip taken by Bob Thomas on March 23, 2008.

This was taken with very simple equipment, a Kodak Easyshare V610 camera, which is actually a digital "still" camera but with a video feature.

A little assist on image work

Now there's a new icon at the bottom of the page.

You click it and get prompted to work with images.

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Copying & Pasting Library


Copy & Pasting Outings Scehdule

All area codes are 607 unless otherwise noted

Please call trip leaders for hike details and to car pool.
Riders should contribute a fair share toward gas.

Tuesday outings are rated C or C+.

See for TBA outings.

Classifications are subjective and chosen by the leader. If you are uncertain
that you are up to the hike, consult the leader.

A: Strenuous, long distances over rugged terrain with


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