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Region Director's Message
On May 28, 2016 (the hottest day of spring thus far), my wife Susan and I trekked up to Tuckerman’s Ravine on Mount Washington to attend the Mount Washington Volunteer Ski Patrol’s (MWVSP) end-of-season activities. It was a beautiful day and, while the parking lot at Pinkham Notch was full, we did not encounter very many skiers/hikers on the trail. A few intrepid skiers headed up into the bowl, but with limited terrain and dangerous icefall, the retreat back down was pretty quick. Continue reading
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From the Region Board
We’re bringing back the NH Region Patrollers Banquet… This year on April 22, 2017 Ragged Mountain Resort in Danbury NH will be hosting our Patrollers Banquet.
This is a great opportunity to get together with fellow patrollers and friends from other patrols and share some stories, laughs and camaraderie.
Cocktail hour is the perfect venue to do some networking with some of our Region officers, program advisors and Instructors and get in the loop of information for next season. It is also a good chance to embellish comical incidents of unique happenings you may have been part of.
Delicious food will be served for dinner and desert. We’ll have a door prize raffle with cool items for choosing. This always adds fun to the evening.
NSP Awards will be presented in recognition of Patrollers’ and Patrols’ contributions to the NSP organization. Continue reading
What a marvelous day we had at King Pine in Madison NH on Sunday January 29th 2017! The weather was PERFECT, sun, clouds, warm temps and no wind. Jake Jacobsen and I, as Region TE’s, were Lead Instructors for two groups participating … Continue reading
We are upon the time for thinking snow and patrol duties… NOW? Where did the summer go? I better get in high gear and hop on the train to the mountains and the slopes. I would like to suggest to all my … Continue reading
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