Another Bald Mtn., NH, Franconia Notch Sept. 19th 2009

September 21, 2009 at 11:21 am 3 comments

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Ahh… the ever growing challenge of the coming up with a cheeseburger on an
early Sunday morning before making a summit cheese bid.  First, need a bun.
Ahh yes, we have one bun left in the fridge, if I cut it in quarters I have
the makings for 4 slider sized burgers.  Meat, lucky me! There squirreled away
in our freezer is one lovely Costco 1/3lb patty without any freezer burn.
Hmmm, there sitting quietly beside the patty is the bacon from the
organically raised free range porker we purchased.  Wait wait.yes there is
some breakfast sausage from the same free range porker.  I have a vision,
slowly intertwined pork and beef gently caressing each other as the heat
raises and the bacon starts to pop.   Oh yeah, fried in bacon grease these
lovely pork infused beef patties could raise the dead or challenge the
tastiness of a Billy Burger from Jackson Wy.  Now, with the much anticipated
the assembly of the still warm patty with fresh beacon and cheddar cheese,
the peak could not be closer.  They are as beautiful as a sunrise and smell
better than the climber hut on the lower saddle of the Grand Teton..much
better.  And we are off..  The “Groovies” bagged the summit without
incident, but with a few rock climbing moves by G.G.  IMG_1536

We decided to make a loop of the hike and stopped by Artist Point on the way down.  All in all 1.5 miles of hiking followed by 12 miles of biking with G.G. on her new tag-along and G.B. in the trailer.  

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It was the most gorgeous day of the summer and the last weekend
of the summer.  It is the family answer to KrustyBun’s idea for biking/hiking in the White Mountains.

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Entry filed under: New Hampshire Summits.

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. sirloinofbeef  |  September 21, 2009 at 3:16 pm

    Is that a knee jam I see? Did her father teach her that?

    Reply
  • 2. groovydad22  |  September 21, 2009 at 3:22 pm

    You bet!! One of the more basic climbing techniques just behind the hip belay.

    Reply
  • 3. wimpy  |  September 21, 2009 at 3:59 pm

    Nice Cheeseburger Money Shot

    Reply

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