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(Some Guy)   Hiker injured in Sandwich accident - She was delicious   (nhfishgame.com) divider line
    More: Sad, Hiking, New Hampshire Fish, New Hampshire, Ambulance, Trail, Long-distance trail, Outdoor enthusiasts, Rescue  
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1859 clicks; posted to Main » on 27 Sep 2021 at 3:23 PM (4 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-09-27 1:50:22 PM  
Whole story sounds like a bunch of bologna.
 
2021-09-27 2:29:04 PM  
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2021-09-27 3:19:04 PM  
I bet it was those creepy farking gerbils from Quiznos that did it.
 
2021-09-27 3:26:13 PM  
I've been there. It's nice.
 
2021-09-27 3:28:34 PM  
Looks like a job for the:

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2021-09-27 3:29:06 PM  
<Put on 3D glasses now>
 
2021-09-27 3:29:33 PM  
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2021-09-27 3:29:40 PM  
Q. Why will you never starve on a beach?
A. Because of all the sand which is there.
 
2021-09-27 3:30:13 PM  
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2021-09-27 3:35:40 PM  
My state should create a "Hike Safe" card. That's a great idea.
 
2021-09-27 3:37:45 PM  
Those beefcake sandwiches are no joke!
 
2021-09-27 3:38:33 PM  
I dont like San Diego. I prefer cinnamon Eggo.
 
2021-09-27 3:42:23 PM  

LadySusan: My state should create a "Hike Safe" card. That's a great idea.


We have a family one here in NH.  Wife and kids are all active in Scouting. Totally worth it.
 
2021-09-27 3:46:07 PM  

scottydoesntknow: I bet it was those creepy farking gerbils from Quiznos that did it.


*Spongmonkeys.
 
2021-09-27 3:47:34 PM  
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2021-09-27 3:47:55 PM  
John Montague (1718-1792), the Fourth Earl of Sandwich, became First Lord of the Admiralty and named the Hawaiian Islands after Montague, calling them the Sandwich Island.  It was said that he ordered his valet to bring him meat tucked between two pieces of bread. Because Montague also happened to be the Fourth Earl of Sandwich, others began to order "the same as Sandwich!" The original sandwich was, in fact, a piece of salt beef between two slices of toasted bread.
The Town of Sandwich, is in the Sandwich Range, with seventeen listed peaks including the famous Sandwich Dome.



That's it. I'm calling fatties "sandwich domes" from now on. I'm trying to be more politically correct.
 
2021-09-27 3:50:59 PM  
I read that in Dana Carvey's voice.
 
2021-09-27 3:57:46 PM  

vsavatar: I read that in Dana Carvey's voice.


Dana?
 
2021-09-27 4:02:30 PM  

lurkey: vsavatar: I read that in Dana Carvey's voice.

Dana?


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2021-09-27 4:25:50 PM  

vsavatar: I read that in Dana Carvey's voice.


That may have been intentional.
 
2021-09-27 4:30:46 PM  

CFitzsimmons: I've been there. It's nice.


It is. I'll be up there in about 10 days.

And I'll be doing some hiking.
 
2021-09-27 4:32:09 PM  

LadySusan: My state should create a "Hike Safe" card. That's a great idea.


The card is valuable for anyone hiking, paddling, cross country skiing or engaging in other outdoor recreation. People who obtain the cards are not liable to repay rescue costs if they need to be rescued. An individual may still be liable for response expenses if the actions that created the need for the emergency response meet criteria set forth by legislation (RSA 206:26-bb). 

I think it sounds like a good idea...except that people may take unnecessary risks thinking that they are protected from their own stupidity....but that's me.

Maybe raise taxes on the wealthy so that these programs are fully funded?
 
2021-09-27 6:06:14 PM  

theteacher: LadySusan: My state should create a "Hike Safe" card. That's a great idea.

The card is valuable for anyone hiking, paddling, cross country skiing or engaging in other outdoor recreation. People who obtain the cards are not liable to repay rescue costs if they need to be rescued. An individual may still be liable for response expenses if the actions that created the need for the emergency response meet criteria set forth by legislation (RSA 206:26-bb). 

I think it sounds like a good idea...except that people may take unnecessary risks thinking that they are protected from their own stupidity....but that's me.

Maybe raise taxes on the wealthy so that these programs are fully funded?


The "Huck Your Meat" card, for when you wanna huck your meat off some inadvisable drop or equivalent terrain.

Or, for Gen Z, simply the Yeet card.
 
2021-09-27 7:12:42 PM  

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2021-09-27 9:07:39 PM  

theteacher: LadySusan: My state should create a "Hike Safe" card. That's a great idea.

The card is valuable for anyone hiking, paddling, cross country skiing or engaging in other outdoor recreation. People who obtain the cards are not liable to repay rescue costs if they need to be rescued. An individual may still be liable for response expenses if the actions that created the need for the emergency response meet criteria set forth by legislation (RSA 206:26-bb). 

I think it sounds like a good idea...except that people may take unnecessary risks thinking that they are protected from their own stupidity....but that's me.

Maybe raise taxes on the wealthy so that these programs are fully funded?


Hey, why not both! I'm in California and we have a buttload of federal and state public lands and I use them extensively. I certainly pay taxes but a (nominal) usage fee doesn't hurt. And definitely tax billionaires and 500 and over millionaires because all this beautiful, beautiful land could sure use some spiffing up to preserve it for future generations.
 
2021-09-27 9:15:05 PM  

theteacher: LadySusan: My state should create a "Hike Safe" card. That's a great idea.

The card is valuable for anyone hiking, paddling, cross country skiing or engaging in other outdoor recreation. People who obtain the cards are not liable to repay rescue costs if they need to be rescued. An individual may still be liable for response expenses if the actions that created the need for the emergency response meet criteria set forth by legislation (RSA 206:26-bb). 

I think it sounds like a good idea...except that people may take unnecessary risks thinking that they are protected from their own stupidity....but that's me.

Maybe raise taxes on the wealthy so that these programs are fully funded?


I don't mind funding S&R with money from those who go into the wilderness, but there should be a reciprocity system--while most of my hiking has been in the state I live in I live close enough to three state borders that on occasion I will hike in other states.  If you pay where you live it should apply wherever you actually are.

noitsnot: The "Huck Your Meat" card, for when you wanna huck your meat off some inadvisable drop or equivalent terrain.

Or, for Gen Z, simply the Yeet card.


It's usually not that sort of thing.  I know two people that have had to be pulled out of the wilderness.  The first was scrambling, her handhold wasn't as solid as it looked, it came out when she put her weight on it.  The second was going too fast on a trail and a stone rolled under her foot and she took a tumble.

These days it's mostly newbies that didn't get a gradual introduction by joining groups of more experienced people.
 
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