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Events and reports for 2003
Montpelier Section reports in the 2003 Long Trail News
Sat Jan 4
Saturday, January 4 -- Cross-Country Ski. Stowe Mtn. Resort Touring Center. Various distances. All abilities. TRAIL FEE.     Leader: Bob or Marilyn Wilson
Sun Jan 5
Sunday, January 5 -- Snowshoe to Bamforth Ridge Shelter. Will avoid Bannister Ledge. 5.4 miles. Difficult.     Leader: Fred Jordan
Tue Jan 7
Tuesday, January 7 -- Executive Committee Meeting. All members are welcome.
Thur Jan 9
Thursday, January 9 -- Membership/Outing Planning Meeting. Planning events from March 16 - June 1, 2003. Please bring a dessert to share.     Host: Ken Hertz
Sat Jan 11
Saturday, January 11 -- Cross-Country Ski/Snowshoe/Hike. Annual Chili Party at Beaver Meadow Lodge, Morristown. 5 miles. Moderate. Please bring your own bowl and utensils.     Leader: Peter Downey -for your lunch contribution.
Sun Jan 12
Sunday, January 12 -- Public Skating at the Montpelier Regional Ice Rink. Rental skates available. Entrance cost $3.00.     Leader: Duncan Wilkie - for skating time.
Wed Jan 15
Wednesday, January 15 -- Cross-Country Ski. Burke Mt. Ski Touring Center. Various distances. All abilities. TRAIL FEE.     Leader: Mary Garcia or Mary Slater
Sat Jan 18
Saturday, January 18 -- GMC 11th Snowshoe Festival. Waterbury Ctr. Particulars in winter issue of LTN.
Sun Jan 19
Sunday, January 19 -- Mystery Snowshoe. Moderate.     Leader: Steve Lightholder
Sat Jan 25
Saturday, January 25 -- Hike. Mt. Mansfield. Long Trail to chin. 5.4 miles. Difficult with steady pace. Proper winter equipment, and experienced. Crampons strongly advised.     Leader: Ed Loewenton and Paul DeLuca to register
Sun Jan 26
Sunday, January 26 -- Snowshoe. Couching Lion parking lot via Monroe and Dean Trails to Montclair Glen Lodge with loop on Allis Trail. 6+/- miles. Moderate.     Leader: Michael Chernick
Fri Jan 31
Friday, January 31 -- Taylor Winter Series sponsored by the Montpelier Section. GMC Headquarters, Waterbury Center. 7:00 P.M. Presenter: Val Stori
Sat Feb 1
Saturday, February 1 -- Cross-Country Ski. East Montpelier trails. 7 or 14 miles. Easy/Moderate.     Leader: Priscilla Daggett
Feb 1
February 1-2 -- Overnight Snowshoe/Cross-Country Ski. Backpack to Zealand Falls Hut in NH. Fee: $20.00. Difficult. December 27th registration deadline.     Leader: Peter Downey -or Michael Chernick
Sun Feb 2
Sunday, February 2 -- Snowshoe & Potluck Dinner at Sally Sairs home, Woodbury. Bring your own bowl, cup, and utensils. Flashlight needed after Dinner. 5 miles. Easy/Moderate. Dinner at 4:30 P.M.     Leader: Sally Sairs
Sat Feb 8
Saturday, February 8 -- Cross-Country Ski/Snow-shoe/Hike. Depending on weather. Hills of Montpelier. Easy.     Leader: Duncan Wilkie
Sun Feb 9
Sunday, February 9 -- Cross-Country Ski. Trapp Family Lodge, Stowe. Various distances. All abilities. TRAIL FEE.     Leader: Ray or Sylvia Kingsbury
Sat Feb 15
Saturday, February 15 -- Cross-Country Ski. Worcester Eagle Ledge loop. 6 miles. Difficult.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Sun Feb 16
Sunday, February 16 -- Hike. Hunger Mtn. - side trip to White Rocks. 5.6 miles. Difficult. Proper winter gear. Crampons optional. Map to trailhead will be posted on website.     Leader: Ed Loewenton
Mon Feb 17
Monday, February 17 -- Full Moon Snowshoe. Irish Hill, Berlin. Moderate. Expect 3 hrs. on the trail.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Sat Feb 22
Saturday, February 22 -- Snowshoe. Butler Lodge Trail from Stevensville to Long Trail to Nebraska Notch Trail. 5 miles. Difficult with moderate pace.     Leader: Michael Chernick -or Fred Jordan
Sun Feb 23
Sunday, February 23 -- Cross-Country Ski. Highland Lodge, Greensboro. Various distances. All abilities. TRAIL FEE. Optional 6:00 P.M. dinner at the Lodge.     Leader: Mark Haughwout
Sat Mar 1
Saturday, March 1 -- Mystery Cross-Country Ski. Moderate.     Leader: Steve Lightholder
Sun Mar 2
Sunday, March 2 -- Cross-Country Ski. Hazen's Notch Ski Center, Montgomery Center, on Rte. 58. Various distances. Moderate. TRAIL FEE.     Leader: Andrew & Reidun Nuquist
Sat Mar 8
Saturday, March 8 -- Hike. Mansfield Chin via Hellbrook. May include bushwhacking. Return on Long Trail. 4 miles +/-. Difficult. Experienced winter hikers only. Crampons required.     Leader: Ed Loewenton
Sat Mar 15
Saturday, March 15 -- Snowshoe. Woodard Mountain Trail from Waterbury Dam to Bolton Ski area. 6 hrs. on trail, plus car shuttle. Difficult.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Trail Talk number 66 Spring 2003
Sun Mar 16
Sunday, March 16 -- Cross-Country Ski. Bolton Valley Cross-Country Ski Center. Various distances. All abilities. TRAIL FEE. Inclement weather cancels.     Leader: Fred Jordan
Sat Mar 22
Saturday, March 22 -- Cross-Country Ski. Stowe Mtn. Resort Touring Center. Various distances. All abilities. TRAIL FEE.     Leader: Steve Lightholder
Sun Mar 23
Sunday, March 23 -- Road Walk. Around Berlin Pond. 5 miles. Easy. Bring your camera and a snack.     Leader: Jamie Cope
Sat Mar 29
Saturday, March 29 -- Mystery Snowshoe. 5-6 hrs. Difficult.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Sun Mar 30
Sunday, March 30 -- Mud Season Road Walk. Out Terrace Street to Middlesex. 5-8 miles. Easy/Moderate.     Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist
Fri Apr 4
Friday, April 4 -- Montpelier Section Annual Meeting. Christ Church, 64 State Street, Montpelier.
Thur Apr 10
Thursday, April 10 -- Membership/Outing Planning Meeting. Planning events from June 7 - September 1, 2003. You may bring a dessert to share.     Host: Ken Hertz
Sat Apr 12
Saturday, April 12 -- Bike Ride. Montpelier to Moretown and return. 25 miles. Moderate. Helmet required. Inclement weather cancels.     Leader: Ray and Sylvia Kingsbury
Sun Apr 13
Sunday, April 13 -- Walk. Stowe Bike Path. 10 miles +/-. Easy. Bring money for lunch stop following bike path walk.     Leader: Priscilla Daggett
Sat Apr 19
Saturday, April 19 -- Road Walk. Peacham. 5 miles. Easy. Bring your camera and lunch. Roads may be muddy.     Leader: Jamie Cope
Sun Apr 20
Sunday, April 20 -- Early season Canoe/Kayak. La Platte River Marsh, southern end of Shelburne Bay. 3 hrs. Easy/Moderate. PFD required. Inclement weather may cancel. Eat lunch on way.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Tue Apr 22
Tuesday, April 22 -- Trail Work. Hubbard Park, Montpelier. An opportunity to give something back to the city park system. Wear work clothes, bring lunch and water. All abilities.     Leader: Reidun Nuquist with Geoff Beyer, Director of Parks.
Sat Apr 26
Saturday, April 26 -- Bike Ride. Worcester to Elmore and return. 25 miles. Moderate. Helmet required.     Leader: Mary Garcia or Mary Slater
Sat Apr 26
Saturday, April 26 -- Mystery Paddle. Approximately 3 hrs. on the water, plus a food stop. Moderate. Bring lunch and water. PFD required.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Sun Apr 27
Sunday, April 27 -- Village Road Walk. Hyde Park to Morristown Corners. 5 miles. Easy.     Leader: Andrew and Reidun Nuquist
Sat May 3
Saturday, May 3 -- Road Walk. At the base of Hunger Mtn. 6+ miles. Easy.     Leader: Jim and Marie McWilliam
Sun May 4
Sunday, May 4 -- Road Walk. Groton State Park. 4 miles. Easy.     Leader: Thomas Weiss
Tue May 6
Tuesday, May 6 -- Executive Committee meeting     Host: Ann Burcroff
Sat May 10
Saturday, May 10 -- Bike Ride. Grand Isle. Will visit a local winery. 20 miles. Easy. Helmet required.     Leader: Priscilla Daggett or Sylvia Kingsbury
Sun May 11
Sunday, May 11 -- Canoe/Kayak. Molly's Falls Pond (aka Marshfield Reservoir). Paddle the perimeter of this scenic pond where loons often nest. 3 hrs. +/- on water, plus food stop. Moderate. Bring lunch and water. Also sun, bug, and wind protection. PFD required.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Sat May 17
Saturday, May 17 -- Work Hike. Bamforth Ridge. Prepare Long Trail for the hiking season: remove blowdowns, add puncheon, and other related jobs. All abilities. Wear work gloves.     Leader: John Buddington
Sun May 18
Sunday, May 18 -- Bike Ride. Morrisville via Randolph Road and Upper Elmore Road. 20-mile loop. Moderate. Helmet required.     Leader: Jim and Marie McWilliam
Sat May 24
Saturday, May 24 -- Work Hike. Smuggler's Notch. Install permanent LT signs, add puncheons, and clip overgrown areas. All abilities. Wear work gloves.     Leader: John Buddington
Sun May 25
Sunday, May 25 -- Blossom Walk. Plainfield. 9 miles. Easy. Bring your camera and lunch.     Leader: Jamie Cope
Mon May 26
Monday, May 26 -- Bike Ride. Bike to Granville Gulf. 55 miles round trip. Rolling terrain. Stop at Warren General Store. Moderate/Difficult. Helmet required.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Sat May 31
Saturday, May 31 -- Work Hike. Pack in bark mulch to Bamforth Ridge Shelter for the composting privy. Bring pack to help carry bagged mulch. This volunteer effort is essential to help the caretakers maintain the privy for the year. Moderate.     Leader: Bill Clark
Trail Talk number 67 Summer 2003
Sun Jun 1
Sunday, June 1 -- Hike. Mt Ascutney via Windsor and Weathersfield Trails. 6-7 miles. Moderate.     Leader: Michael Chernick
Jun 6
June 6-8 -- GMC Annual Meeting. Sponsored by the Bread Loaf section. Details in the spring issue of the Long Trail News.
Sat Jun 7
Saturday, June 7 -- Canoe/Kayak, plus Free Fishing Day for all Vermont residences. No need for a fishing license. Bring a fishing pole, canoe/kayak and we are going fishing. Lake Eligo, Greensboro, VT. Easy. Limited poles and equipment will be available. Limit - 10 people. No charge. PFD required.     Leader: Duncan Wilkie
Tue Jun 10
Tuesday, June 10 -- Evening Bike Ride. Montpelier. Paved and dirt roads. Some hills. Optional group food or beverage at caf or pub after ride. 15-25 miles. Moderate with steady pace. Helmet required.     Leader: Jill Aspinall or Rick Molz
Sat Jun 14
Saturday, June 14 -- Canoe/Kayak. Great Hosmer Pond and Little Hosmer. Easy with slow pace. Bring lunch, bug repellant. PFD required.     Leader: Joan Heller
Sun Jun 15
Sunday, June 15 -- Bike Ride. Marshfield/Peacham/Groton loop. 45 +/- miles. Difficult with steady pace. Helmet required. Rain cancels.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Sat Jun 21
Saturday, June 21 -- Hike. Mt. Mansfield via Halfway House Trail from Underhill State Park, return via Sunset Ridge. 6.2 miles. Difficult. Bring rain suit if weather is questionable.     Leader: Steve Lightholder
Sun Jun 22
Sunday, June 22 -- Hike. Spruce Mt., Plainfield. 4 miles. 1,180 ft. elevation gain. Easy with moderate pace. Good hike for families.     Leader: Ken Hertz
Sat Jun 28
Saturday, June 28 -- Mystery Bike Ride. 30 +/- miles. Moderate to Difficult. Rain cancels.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Sun Jun 29
Sunday, June 29 -- Hike. Waterbury Reservoir from the Moscow (north) end. 4-6 miles. Easy to Moderate options, one barefoot stream crossing required. Pole or staff recommended. Outing repeats last June's "underwater" exploration of the drained reservoir, reclaimed by nature.     Leader: Andrew Nuquist
Sun Jul 6
Sunday, July 6 -- Mystery Hike. Length to be determined. Moderate/Difficult.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Tue Jul 8
Tuesday, July 8 -- Planning meeting     Host: Jamie Cope
Wed Jul 9
Wednesday, July 9 -- Evening Bike Ride. Montpelier. 15-25 miles. Moderate. Paved and dirt roads. Some hills. Optional group food or beverage at cafe or pub after ride.     Leader: Jill Aspinall or Rick Molz
Sat Jul 12
Saturday, July 12 -- "Elmore Three-For-All." Bike to Elmore, Hike to Summit, Paddle the perimeter of the Pond. Come for one part or all. Difficult. Bring money for state park admission and boat rental.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Sun Jul 13
Sunday, July 13 -- Watson Site Inspection. Sterling Pond area for proposed locations of Watson Shelter replacement.     Leader: Fred Jordan
Monday, July 14 -- Executive Committee meeting     Host: Fred Jordan
Sat Jul 19
Saturday, July 19 -- Hike. Little River State Park. History Trail. Moderate. Entrance Fee. Lunch during event if preferred or bring a snack.     Leader: Ken Hertz
Sun Jul 20
Sunday, July 20 -- Hike. Mt. Mansfield via Laura Cowles and Sunset Ridge Trails. Approximately 7 miles. Moderate to Difficult. Bring lunch, bug repellent, and rain gear.     Leader: Marilyn Wilson or Sylvia Kingsbury
Sat Jul 26
Saturday, July 26 -- Hike. Belvidere Loop. 7+ miles. Moderate/Difficult.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Sun Jul 27
Sunday, July 27 -- Canoe/Kayak (looking for bog orchids) Locations not publicly available. Easy. Will travel to small bodies of water. Small boats and kayaks preferred. An outing to find and enjoy rare native orchids in Vermont's ponds and lakes. Limit - 10. Bring plant identification books. PFD required.     Leader: Duncan Wilkie
Sat Aug 2
Saturday, August 2 -- Hike. AT in NH. Mt. Moosilauke. 6 mile loop, 4.5 hours. Difficult. Dartmouth Ravine Lodge off Rt. 118 in Warren, NH, we take the Snapper Ski Trail to Carriage Road to South Peak, cross the ridge to main summit for lunch. Return via Gorge Brook Trail. Limit - 10     Leader: Duncan Wilkie
Sun Aug 3
Sunday, August 3 -- Mystery Canoe/Kayak. Steady Pace. PFD required.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Sat Aug 9
Saturday, August 9 -- Canoe/Kayak. NE Kingdom pond hopping. Easy. Newark Pond, Newark; Long Pond, Westmore; Baker Pond, West Glover. Bring suntan lotion and swimsuit. Limit - 10. PFD required.     Leader: Duncan Wilkie
Tue Aug 12
Tuesday, August 12 -- Evening Bike Ride. Montpelier. 15-25 miles. Moderate. Paved and dirt roads. Some hills. Optional group food or beverage at cafe or pub after ride.     Leader: Jill Aspinall or Rick Molz
Aug 12
August 12-14 -- Canoe/Kayak. Camp at Molligewock State Park, paddle Androscoggin River, flat, easy whitewater, explore northern end of Umbagog Lake, possible waves, Easy, local paddle. SPACE IS LIMITED. EXPERIENCED PADDLERS, PFD REQUIRED.     Leader: Fred Jordan
Sat Aug 23
Saturday, August 23 -- Hike. Hunger Mt. via White Rock. 6 miles round trip. Moderate. Wear appropriate clothing.     Leader: Jim and Marie McWilliam
Sun Aug 24
Sunday, August 24 -- Poetry Hike. LT south from Rt. 118 to the new Spruce Ledge Camp and return via Babcock Trail. 6 miles. Moderate. Bring a favorite poem, your own or someone else's, to read and share.     Leader: Reidun Nuquist
Sun Aug 31
Sunday, August 31 -- Canoe/Kayak. Lake Willoughby. Moderate. PFD required. A.M.     Leader: Steve Lightholder
Trail Talk number 68 Fall 2003
Mon Sep 1
Monday, September 1 -- Hike. Trip to the summit of Mt. Cabot, Jefferson, New Hampshire. 7.8 miles. Moderate. Bring lunch and rain gear for a pleasant late summer day hike.     Leader: Michael Chernick
Sat Sep 6
Saturday, September 6 -- Hike. Bag three 4,000 footers in one day. Hike out of Crawford Notch to Mt's. Tom, Field, and Willey. Return over Mt. Avalon. Ten miles. Difficult. Bad weather cancels. Limit: 10 people. Bring lunch, rain gear, money for snacks.     Leader: Steve Lightholder and Marty Layman-Mendonca
Sun Sep 7
Sunday, September 7 -- Hike. Moscow, Lake Mansfield to Taylor Lodge, continue on LT to Mansfield forehead. Approximately 10.6 miles, 2,740' elevation gain. Difficult. Possible side trip on Rock Garden or Wampahoofus trials. Some easy rock scrambling.     Leader: Ed Loewenton
Sat Sep 13
Saturday, September 13 -- Celebrate the Winooski River! Cleanup in Montpelier. If you would like to volunteer, call Dave Keller for details.
Sun Sep 14
Sunday, September 14 -- Hike. Mt. Ascutney via Windsor and Weathersfield Trails. 6-7 miles. Moderate.     Leader: Michael Chernick
Sat Sep 20
Saturday, September 20 -- Work Hike. LT improvements on Bamforth Ridge. Difficult. Requires carrying material to the work site.     Leader: John Buddington
Sun Sep 21
Sunday, September 21 -- Hike. Worcester Range. Mt. Hunger, Middlesex Trail, go north on the ridge along the skyline trail to the summit of Mt. Worcester and descend via the Worcester Mt. Trail. Fantastic views. Joint outing with the Burlington Section. Difficult.     Leader: Lexi Shear
Wed Sep 24
Wednesday, September 24 -- Initial meeting for Section's fiftieth anniversary     Host: Reidun Nuquist
Sat Sep 27
Saturday, September 27 -- Bike Ride. Adamant, Calais, East Montpelier. Approximately 25 miles. Mostly hilly, dirt roads. Difficult.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Sun Sep 28
Sunday, September 28 -- Paddle. Vergennes, Little Otter Creek. 6 miles. Moderate. Flat water. Bring PFD, binoculars and lunch. Rain cancels.     Leader: Andrew and Reidun Nuquist
Thur Oct 2
Thursday, October 2 -- Planning meeting     Host: Michael Chernick
Sat Oct 4
Saturday, October 4 -- Paddle, Green River Reservoir Leader: Ann Burcroff
Sun Oct 5
Sunday, October 5 -- Bike Ride. Morrisville. Scenic loop through Eden and Belvidere Center. 46 miles. Difficult.     Leader: Jill Aspinall and Rick Molz
Sat Oct 11
Saturday, October 11 -- Mystery Photo Walk. Bring snack and your camera. Easy.     Leader: Jamie Cope
Sun Oct 12
Sunday, October 12 -- Hike. Trapp Family Lodge. Assorted trails. Hilly. Admire vistas and peak foliage. Bring your camera. Moderate. Optional refreshment stop afterwards at Malt Shoppe in Stowe.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Mon Oct 13
Monday, October 13 -- Hike. Mt. Abraham from Lincoln Gap. 7 miles +/-. Moderate.     Leader: Ken Hertz
Sat Oct 18
Saturday, October 18 -- Work Hike. Smugglers' Notch Fall maintenance. Bring work gloves. All abilities.     Leader: John Buddington
Sun Oct 19
Sunday, October 19 -- Hike. Kettle Pond. 3.5 miles. Easy. Optional extension: walk up the road about a mile, hike to Owl's Head, another mile. Total: 7 miles.     Leader: Priscilla Daggett
Sat Oct 25
Saturday, October 25 -- Work Hike. Bamforth Ridge Fall maintenance. Bring work gloves. All abilities.     Leader: John Buddington
Sun Oct 26
Sunday, October 26 -- Hike. Rte. 100 to Canadian Border, to Journey's End Shelter and back. 8 miles +/-. Moderate.     Leader: Michael Chernick
Sat Nov 1
Saturday, November 1 -- Hike. Camel's Hump via Monroe Trail. Option to use Dean trail and approach from the south. Approximately 6.5 to 7.5 miles. Moderate to Difficult. Elevation gain 2,645'.     Leader: Ed Loewenton
Sun Nov 2
Sunday, November 2 -- Trail/Road Walk. Washington loop. 9 miles. 3.5 hrs. Moderate. Varied terrain and scenery. Be prepared for possible muddy sections.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Sat Nov 8
Saturday, November 8 -- Mystery Hike. 7 miles. Moderate. Be prepared for wet conditions. WEAR RED OR ORANGE.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Sun Nov 9
Sunday, November 9 -- Road Walk. East Montpelier. Bliss and Brazier Roads. 5.7 miles. Easy.     Leader: Ken Hertz
Sat Nov 15
Saturday, November 15 -- Road Walk. Marshfield/Plainfield. 9 miles. 3.5 hours. Moderate. WEAR RED OR ORANGE. Car shuttle required. Possible refreshment stop afterwards.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Fri Nov 21
Friday, November 21 -- Slide Show. "Walking Between Hilltop Towns in Tuscany and Umbria." Bring a dessert to share.     Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist
Sat Nov 22
Saturday, November 22 -- Road Walk. Montpelier/Middlesex. Approximately 3 hours. WEAR RED OR ORANGE. Moderate.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Sun Nov 23
Sunday, November 23 -- Walk around Berlin Pond. 5 miles. Easy. WEAR RED OR ORANGE.     Leader: Michael Chernick
Sun Nov 30
Sunday, November 30 -- Walk. Annual Tour of Burlington. 8 miles. Moderate. Bring lunch to eat in transit, dinner following walk at local restaurant.     Leader: Steve Lightholder
Trail Talk number 69 Winter 2003-2004
Sat Dec 6
Saturday, December 6 -- Road Walk. Calais area. 5 miles. Easy. WEAR RED OR ORANGE.     Leader: Ray and Sylvia Kingsbury
Sun Dec 7
Sunday, December 7 -- Snow Surprise - Call the night before between 8:00 and 10:00 P.M. to hear the specifics of this outing. Event depends on weather forecast and other factors.     Leader: Nancy Schulz
Sat Dec 13
Saturday, December 13 -- Hike. East Montpelier Trail. 5 or 10 miles. Moderate with steady pace. WEAR RED OR ORANGE. Will be hiked one way, or out and back, depending on group interest.     Leader: Steve Lightholder
Sun Dec 14
Sunday, December 14 -- Road Walk from Sparrow Farm in East Montpelier. 5+/- miles. Easy to moderate. WEAR RED OR ORANGE.     Leader: Andrew and Reidun Nuquist
Sat Dec 20
Saturday, December 20 -- Cross-Country Ski. Bolton Valley Cross-Country Ski Center. Best place for early snowfalls, but a trail walk if no snow. Various distances. All abilities. TRAIL FEE for skiing.     Leader: Jill Aspinall and Rick Molz
Sun Dec 21
Sunday, December 21 -- Snowshoe. Hunger Mtn., Waterbury side. Possible side trip to White Rocks. 4.4/5.2 miles. Difficult. Must have winter hiking experience.     Leader: Ed Loewenton

Montpelier Section reports in the 2004 Long Trail News

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