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Jul 19, 2010


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It is said that the Indians gathered on Whipple Hill at the summer solstice to watch the sun set directly behind Mt. Monadnock. Using the "Hey, what's that link" on the site as well as other astronomical information, I was able to confirm that this actually is where the sun sets.

Perhaps next June, you can profide confirmation with one of your excellent photos.

T. Crockett

Thanks Don. I had no idea you could even see Monadnock from here. I certainly see more exploring of Whipple Hill in my future (especially with the help of the map on your blog).

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