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    Registered User V8's Avatar
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    Default Bigelow Col water situation

    FYI, There are at least two water sources at this site - one is well marked, and was nearly dry this month, a cave like source near the firewarden's trail - the other is about 200 yds. down a path off to the left of the caretaker's building (with front of building to your right). Nice spring. Was ample a few weeks ago.
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    Thumbs up Thanks for the info

    I'll be hiking the Bigelows this coming week at some point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Clean
    I'll be hiking the Bigelows this coming week at some point.
    Take the blue blaze to the North Horn - one of my favorite spots in Maine!
    I'll be running the dogs in Kennebunk in the morning, probably at Gooches Beach if the sea isn't too bad.

    TJ < Product of SAD71 many moons ago
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    Default Thanks Teej

    I decided not to go and am doing the Imp loop tomorrow. I thought with the rain and fog that I wouldn't get much of a view up there, so maybe I'll try it next month. I'll definitely hit north Horn when I go.
    Greg P.

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