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Events and reports for 2009
Montpelier Section reports in the 2009 Long Trail News
Sat Jan 3
Saturday, January 3 -- Cross-country Ski. Craftsbury Outdoor Center. Moderate. Various distances. Trail Fee. Groomed trails, both classic and skate.     Leader: Jill Aspinall.
Thur Jan 8
Thursday, January 8 -- Evening Slideshow. East Montpelier. Bring your favorite slides or digital photos on a CD.     Host: Ken Hertz
Sat Jan 10
Saturday, January 10 -- Snowshoe. Middlesex. Moderate. 6.2 miles. White Rocks from Middlesex side.     Leader: Charlene Bohl.
Sun Jan 11
Sunday, January 11 -- Cross-country Ski. Berlin. Burns Property. All abilities. Various distances. Some experience necessary. Event depends on snow conditions.     Leader: Fred Jordan.
Tue Jan 13
Tuesday, January 13 -- Cross-country Ski. East Montpelier. Morse Farm touring center. Easy/Moderate. Various distances. Trail Fee. Meet at Morse Farm.     Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist.
Fri Jan 16
Friday, January 16 -- J. P. Taylor Series. Montpelier.
Sun Jan 18
Sunday, January 18 -- Snowshoe. Duxbury. Moderate. 5 miles. Couching Lion Farm to the newly renovated Montclair Glen Lodge.     Leader: Michael Chernick.
Mon Jan 19
Monday, January 19 -- Cross-country Ski. Stowe. Trapp Family Touring Center. All abilities. Various distances. Trail Fee.     Leader: Steve Lightholder.
Sat Jan 24
Saturday, January 24 -- Walk. Stowe. YAC. Easy. Kids. Winter Romp in Weissner Woods.     Leader: Mike Wetherell.
Sat Jan 24
Saturday, January 24 -- Cross-country Ski. Bolton. All abilities. Various distances. Bolton Ski Touring Center. Trail Fee. Buy or bring your lunch.     Leader: Mary Garcia.
Sun Jan 25
Sunday, January 25 -- Snowshoe. Worcester. Moderate/Difficult. 5 miles round trip. Richardson Farm to Hunger. Meet at Worcester Town Hall, Rte. 12.     Leader: Kathy Gohl and George Richardson.
Sat Jan 31
Saturday, January 31 -- Cross-country Ski. Marshfield. Beaver Brook Farm. All abilities. Various distances. No Fee.     Leader: Priscilla Daggett.
Wed Feb 4
Wednesday, February 4 -- Cross-country Ski. Stowe. All abilities. Various distances. Afternoon half-day ski at Mt. Mansfield Touring Center. Trail Fee.     Leader: Ray and Sylvia Kingsbury.
Sun Feb 8
Sunday, February 8 -- Cross-country Ski. Greensboro. Highland Lodge Ski Touring Center. All abilities. Various distances. Trail Fee. Optional 6:00 P.M. dinner at the Lodge.     Leader: Mary Garcia.
Tue Feb 10
Tuesday, February 10 -- Snowshoe and Potluck Supper. Woodbury.
Sat Feb 14
Saturday, February 14 -- Learn to Ski. Sledding, too. YAC. East Montpelier. Morse Farm. Easy. Kids.     Leader: Dave Blumenthal.
Sun Feb 15
Sunday, February 15 -- Snowshoe. Elmore Mountain. Moderate. 4.2 miles.     Leader: Charlene Bohl.
Sun Feb 15
Sunday, February 15 -- Cross-country Ski. Burke Mountain Touring Center. All abilities. Various distances. Trail Fee.     Leader: Andrew and Reidun Nuquist.
Sun Feb 22
Sunday, February 22 -- Cross-country Ski. Stowe. Mt. Mansfield Touring Center. All abilities. Various distances. Trail Fee.     Leader: Bob and Marilyn Wilson.
Sun Feb 22
Sunday, February 22 -- YAC Learn to ski at Morse Farm     Leader: Lexi Shear
Tue Feb 24
Tuesday, February 24 -- Cross-country Ski/Snowshoe. Morristown. Moderate. 5 miles. ANNUAL CHILI PARTY at Beaver Meadow Lodge. Please bring your own bowl and utensils. The stove will be warm.     Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist or Nancy and Fred Jordan.
Mar 28
February 28 - March 1 -- Snowshoe. White Mtns., NH. Moderate/Difficult. Snowshoe to Lonesome Lake Hut and spend the night at the hut. Depending on group, moderate and more difficult hikes available. Overnight Fee.     Leader: Paul DeLuca and Charlene Bohl.
Trail Talk number 90 Spring 2009
Tue Mar 3
Tuesday, March 3 -- Cross-country Ski. Craftsbury Outdoor Center. All abilities. Various distances. Trail Fee. Groomed trails. Bring lunch.     Leader: Andrew & Reidun Nuquist.
Tue Mar 10
Tuesday, March 10 -- Executive Committee Meeting.
Wed Mar 18
Wednesday, March 18 -- Membership/Outing Meeting. Planning events from June 1 - August 31, 2009.
Mar 13
March 13-15 -- Snowshoe. Randolph, NH. Extreme Difficulty. 9.4 miles. Mt. Adams, White Mtns. Winter 48-4K Series. Arrive Friday evening, stay at Jefferson Notch Cabin (sleeps 6). Weather permitting, attempt Saturday to summit Adams via Lowe's Path or Valley Way. Lesser summit options available in the event of severe weather. Depart Sunday A.M. Lodging is $25 per person for the weekend plus meals. Ice axe and crampons a must.     Leader: Paul DeLuca.
Sun Mar 22
Sunday, March 22 -- Cross-country Ski. Stowe. Mt. Mansfield Toll Road. Difficult. 8 miles round trip.     Leader: Steve Lightholder
Sun Mar 22
Sunday, March 22 -- YAC City Ramble through Barre     Leader: Dave Blumenthal
Sat Mar 28
Saturday, March 28 -- Hike. Underhill. Mt. Mansfield Forehead. Difficult. 5.2 miles. Ascent Frost and Maple Ridge trails from Stevensville Road. Descent via Wampahoofus and Butler Lodge. Crampons recommended.     Leader: Paul DeLuca
Fri Apr 3
Friday, April 3 -- Section Annual Meeting. Montpelier.
The meeting Packet
Sat Apr 4
Saturday, April 4 -- Hike. Stowe. Smugglers' Notch. Easy. 4 miles. Rte. 108 from the ski dorm to the Notch and back.     Leader: Thomas Weiss
Sun Apr 5
Sunday, April 5 -- Walk. Berlin Pond road. Easy. 5 miles.     Leader: Michael Chernick
Sat Apr 11
Saturday, April 11 -- Road Walk. Plainfield. Difficult. 9 miles. East Hill and Maple Hill.     Leader: Steve Lightholder
Sat Apr 18
Saturday, April 18 -- YAC Bikes and wheelies on the Montpelier Bike Path    Leader: Dave Blumenthal
Sun Apr 19
Sunday, April 19 -- Walk. East Montpelier. Moderate. 5 miles.     Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist.
Sun Apr 26
Sunday, April 26 -- Road Walk. Tunbridge. Start at the Fairgrounds and walk through some of the covered bridges.     Leader: Charlene Bohl
Tue Apr 28
Tuesday, April 28 -- Hike. Local Forester Paul Cate will share his knowledge of VT trees and how to identify them. Easy. Co-leader Reidun Nuquist
Sat May 2
Saturday, May 2 -- Hike. Berlin. Irish Hill. Moderate. 6+/- miles. Meet at the Berlin Pond parking area. Hike to the summit and/or to the quarry off Crosstown Rd., depending on conditions.     Leader: Phyllis Rubenstein
Sun May 3
Sunday, May 3 -- Hike. Groton State Forest. Moderate. 6 miles. Hike around Osmore Pond, including Big Deer Mtn.     Leader: Steve Lightholder
Mon May 11
Monday, May 11 -- Trail Work. Montpelier. All abilities. Our annual work day in the Montpelier parks. Give something back to the city parks which we enjoy all year. Training and tools provided. Wear work clothes and gloves.     Leader: Reidun Nuquist with Parks Director Geoff Beyer.
Sat May 16
Saturday, May 16 -- Work Hike. Duxbury. Bamforth Ridge. All abilities. 2-5 miles round trip. Wear work clothes and gloves.     Leader: Ken Hertz
Sun May 17
Sunday, May 17 -- Bike Ride. Montpelier. Moderate. 20 miles. Meet and bike from behind Dept. of Employment & Training Bldg. to Moretown and return. Helmet required.     Leader: Fred Jordan
Sun May 17
Sunday, May 17 -- Bike Ride Bingham Falls.     Leader: Michael Travis
Tue May 19
Tuesday, May 19 -- Tools cleaning at Bamforth Ride Shelter
Sat May 23
Saturday, May 23 -- Work Hike. Smugglers' Notch. All abilities. 2-5 miles round trip. Regular trail maintenance, plus special breakfast at the Notch. Wear work clothes and gloves.     Leader: Ken Hertz
Sun May 24
Sunday, May 24 -- Bike Ride. Brookfield. Moderate. 20 miles. Meet and bike from Brookfield Floating Bridge to Randolph Center. Rte. 66 to Rte. 14, north of Rte. 14 to Rte. 65, uphill to starting point. Helmet required.     Leader: Fred Jordan
May 29
May 29-30 -- GMC 99th Annual Meeting, sponsored by the Montpelier section.
Sun May 31
Sunday, May 31 -- Work Hike. Smugglers' Notch. All abilities. 6 miles round trip. Install puncheon north of Sterling Pond Shelter. Wear work clothes and gloves. In conjunction with GMC annual meeting.     Leader: Ken Hertz
Trail Talk number 91 Summer 2009
Wed Jun 4
Wednesday, June 4 -- Membership/Outing Planning Meeting. Planning events from September 1 - November 30, 2009.
Sat Jun 6
Saturday, June 6 -- Bike Ride. Montpelier to Moretown. Moderate. 25 miles. Helmet required.     Leader: Mary Garcia and Mary Smith.
Tue Jun 9
Tuesday, June 9 -- Paddle. Greensboro. All abilities. Circumnavigate Caspian Lake. PFD required. Lunch at Highland Lodge. Reservations by June 5.     Leader: Sally Sairs
Tue Jun 9
Tuesday, June 9 -- Executive Committee Meeting. Montpelier. All members are welcome.
Sat Jun 13
Saturday, June 13 -- Hike. Brookfield. YAC. Kids. Easy/Medium. Allis State Park.     Leader: Matt Krebs
Sat Jun 13
Saturday, June 13 -- Side Trails of Mt. Mansfield     Leader: Steve Lightholder
Sun Jun 14
Sunday, June 14 -- Hike. Lemington. Moderate. 5 miles. Mt. Monadnock. Joint hike with NEK Section. Meet at 8:30 A.M., MHS or 10:15 A.M., Island Pond.     Leader: Charlene Bohl and Michael Chernick
Wed Jun 17
Wednesday, June 17 -- Walk. Montpelier. Easy/Moderate. 3 miles. Meet at 5:00 P.M. Montpelier swimming pool.     Leader: Charlene Bohl
Sun Jun 21
Sunday, June 21 -- Hike. Stowe. Difficult. 9 miles. Hike the westerly side trails of Mt. Mansfield via Hazelton Trail, Summit Road, Lakeview, Canyon North, Canyon North extension, Subway, and the LT. Bad weather cancels.     Leader: Steve Lightholder
Tue Jun 23
Tuesday, June 23 -- Bike Ride. Calais. Moderate. 12+/- miles. Possible swim. Meet at 10:00 A.M.     Leader: Jim and Marie McWilliam
Sat Jun 27
Saturday, June 27 -- Paddle. Morristown. Green River Reservoir. Beginner to intermediate. PFD required. Bring lunch.     Leader: Joan Heller
Sun Jun 28
Sunday, June 28 -- Poetry Hike. Duck Brook Shelter on the Long Trail. Easy. 3.4 miles. Bring a poem or piece of prose to read, your own, or someone else's. Bring lunch.     Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist
Sun Jul 5
Sunday, July 5 -- Hike. Barton. Moderate. 4 miles. Mt. Pisgah overlooking Lake Willoughby. Meet at 9:30 a.m. at MHS or 10:00 A.M. at the Marshfield Schoolhouse Common (off Rte. 2).     Leader: Cynthia Martin and George Longenecker
Tue Jul 7
Tuesday, July 7 -- Bike Ride. Enosburg. Easy. 20 miles. Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail from Enosburg to Richford. Helmet required.     Leader: Steve Lightholder
Sat Jul 11
Saturday, July 11 -- Paddle. Middlesex. YAC Kids. Easy. PFD required. An afternoon canoe trip to Wrightsville Reservoir, followed by a barbecue on the beach.     Leader: Lexi Shear
Sun Jul 12
Sunday, July 12 -- Paddle. Peacham Pond. Moderate. 4+/- miles. PFD required.     Leader: Fred Jordan
Tue Jul 14
Tuesday, July 14 -- Bike Ride. Hardwick. Moderate. 27 miles. Rte. 14 to No. Wolcott and return on Rte. 15. Helmet required.     Leader: Mary Garcia and Mary Smith
Sat Jul 18
Saturday, July 18 -- Hike. White Mountains, NH. Very Difficult. 12.6 miles, 9+ hours on trail. Summit Mt. Adams and Mt. Jefferson via Castle Trail, Edmunds Col to Gulfside, Israel Ridge and Castle Trails.     Leader: Paul DeLuca
Jul 18
July 18-19 -- Hike. Manchester. Difficult. 15 miles. "Side-to-Side" trail, Div. #3. Overnight hike in the Manchester area. Saturday - Lye Brook Trail to Bourne Pond (7 miles), Sunday - Branch Pond Trail to Rootville Road (8 miles). Tent required.     Leader: Steve Lightholder
Sat Jul 25
Saturday, July 25 -- Hike. White Mountains, NH. Difficult. Climb Mt. Washington via Huntington Ravine.     Leader: Paul DeLuca
Sun Jul 26
Sunday, July 26 -- Bike Ride. Hardwick to Greensboro and return. Moderate, except 2 mile initial uphill. 23.3 miles. Helmet required. Group will stop at Highland Lodge for lunch.     Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist
Wed Jul 29
Wednesday, July 29 -- Walk. Montpelier. Easy. 3+/- miles. Walk up North Street toward the Sparrow Farm. Meet at 4:30 P.M.     Leader: Charlene Bohl
Aug 1
August 1-2 -- Hike. Adirondacks in NY. Difficult. 20 miles. Backpack to Mt. Marcy, John Brooks Trail, camp at Bushnell Falls lean-to. 13+ miles first day, various options on second day.     Leader: Paul Demers and Paul DeLuca
Sun Aug 2
Sunday, August 2 -- Hike. Plainfield. Easy/Moderate. 5 miles. Spruce Peak or leader's choice.     Leader: Ken Hertz
Tue Aug 4
Tuesday, August 4 -- Paddle. Peacham. Easy. Martin's Pond and hike Devil's Hill. 1 mile. PFD required.     Leader: Steve Lightholder
Wed Aug 5
Wednesday, August 5 -- Hike/Walk. Middlesex. Easy/Moderate. 6 miles. Walk the Bear Swamp Loop. East Bear Swamp Road to South Bear Swamp Road to North Bear Swamp Road and return. Meet at Rumney School. 4:00 P.M.     Leader: Charlene Bohl
Sun Aug 9
Sunday, August 9 -- Paddle. Colchester. Malletts Bay. Moderate to Difficult. 5-8 miles, depending on group's interest. PFD required. High winds cancel.     Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist
Tue Aug 11
Tuesday, August 11 -- Peacham Hike & Paddle     Leader: Steve Lightholder
Sat Aug 15
Saturday, August 15 -- Hike. Adirondacks in NY. Difficult. 8+ miles. Climb Mt. Algonquin (5,100 feet), 2,900 feet elevation gain. Possible side trip to Wright to see B-47 bomber wreckage from the 1950s.     Leader: Paul Demers and Paul DeLuca
Sun Aug 16
Sunday, August 16 -- Bike Ride/Swim/Picnic. Elmore. Moderate. 20+/- miles. Helmet and PFD required. Meet at 12:30 P.M. MHS or 1:00 P.M. Elmore State Parking Lot. Fee. Bike Elmore, Wolcott, Morrisville loop. Some gravel roads. Swim and picnic to follow.     Leader: Fred Jordan
Aug 22
August 22-23 -- Hike. Stratton Pond area. Moderate. 6 miles each day. "Side-to-Side" trail, Div. #3. Overnight hike to Bourne Pond via Kelley Stand Road and Branch Pond Trail. Sunday, return via Lye Brook Trail and Stratton Pond Trail. Tent required.     Leader: Steve Lightholder
Sun Aug 23
Sunday, August 23 -- Bike Ride. East Montpelier. Easy/Moderate. Helmet required. Route depends on group, but will use unpaved roads. Rain cancels.     Leader: Ken Hertz
Sat Aug 29
Saturday, August 29 -- Hike. White Mountains, NH. Difficult. 11+ miles. Climb Mt. Whiteface and Mt. Passaconoway. Blueberry Ledges, Rollins and Dicey Mills Trails. Involves rock scrambling.     Leader: Paul DeLuca
Sun Aug 30
Sunday, August 30 -- Hike. Killington. Moderate. 7 miles. Pico Peak from US Rte. 4. Start at former LT across from the Inn at the LT, and return via the new LT.     Leader: Ken Hertz
Trail Talk number 92Fall 2009
Wed Sep 2
Wednesday, September 2 -- Membership/Outing Planning Meeting. Planning events from December 1 - February 28, 2010. Come help plan our winter outings. You may bring a dessert to share. Meet at 7:00 P.M.
Mon Sep 7
Monday, September 7 -- Hike. White Mountains, NH. Moderate. 6 miles. Mt. Hale via Hale Brook Trail. Lend-a-Hand Trail to Zealand Hunt and return by Zealand Trail.     Leader: Michael Chernick
Tue Sep 8
Tuesday, September 8 -- Executive Committee Meeting.
Sat Sep 12
Saturday, September 12 -- Stowe. Bonus Work Hike. Sterling Pond. Clean up Watson Camp. Install puncheon on LT towards Chilcoot. May cancel depending on summer progress.     Leader: Ken Hertz
Sun Sep 13
Sunday, September 13 -- Paddle. Craftsbury. Great Hosmer Pond. Easy. 5 miles. PFD required. Bring lunch.     Leader: Joan Heller
Wed Sep 16
Wednesday, September 16 -- Walk. Montpelier. Easy. 4 miles. Walk around Montpelier and Hubbard Park. Meet at 5:00 P.M., MHS.     Leader Charlene Bohl
Sep 19
September 19-20 -- Hike. White Mountains, NH. Difficult. 5.1 miles on Day 1 and 6.5 miles on Day 2. Fall foliage weekend. Trip limited to 6 people. Day 1: Saturday, September 19. Glenn Ellis and Wildcat Ridge Trails over the Wildcats to Carter Notch Hut. Overnight hut $30 fee, plus group dinner contribution. Car spot at 19 mile Brook Trailhead. Day 2: Sunday, September 20, Carter-Moriah Trail over Carter Dome and Mt. Hight, down 19 mile Brook Trail.     Leader: Paul DeLuca.
Tue Sep 22
Tuesday, September 22 -- Hike. Groton State Forest. Easy. 4 +/- miles.     Leader: Priscilla Daggett
Sat Sep 26
Saturday, September 26 -- Hike. Mt. Mansfield Circuit Scramble. "Rocks in the Head". VERY DIFFICULT. Hellbrook Trail to the Summit via the Chin; Cliff Trail to the Summit Station. Canyon Trail back to the Chin. Back down Hellbrook Trail.     Leader: Paul DeLuca.
Sat Sep 26
Saturday, September 26 -- Bike Ride. South Hero to Grand Isle. Moderate. 25 mile loop. Mostly paved roads. Helmet required.     Leader: Mary Garcia
Wed Sep 30
Wednesday, September 30 -- Sunset Hike. Berlin. Easy. 4 miles. Irish Hill. Meet at Berlin Pond Parking area.     Leader: Phyllis Rubenstein
Sun Oct 4
Sunday, October 4 -- Hike. Mt. Waumbek via the Starr King Trail, Jefferson NH. 7.2 miles. Difficult. 4006' in elevation. Meet at Old Schoolhouse Common, Marshfield.     Leader: Cynthia Martin and George Longenecker
Sat Oct 10
Saturday, October 10 -- Hike. Killington and Pico Peak. Difficult. 9.6 miles, 2,650 ft. in elevation, 6 hours. Car spot involved. Ascend via Sherburne Pass on Rte. 4, descend by the Bucklin Trail.     Leader: Paul DeLuca.
Sun Oct 11
Sunday, October 11 -- Geology Hike. North Fayston. Moderate/Difficult. 5.2 miles round trip. Burnt Rock Mtn., via Hedgehog Brook Trail. Bring lunch and appropriate seasonal clothing. The leader, a Research Associate in Geology at Norwich University, will point out signs of glaciers, search for a high-altitude glacial pot hole, identify bedrock type, and discuss mountain and valley formation. Meet at 9:30 A.M., MHS.     Leader: George Springston, 454-1220
Sat Oct 17
Saturday, October 17 -- Work Hike. Stowe. Smugglers' Notch. All abilities. 2-5 miles round trip. Regular trail maintenance. Wear work clothes and gloves. Meet at 8:00 A.M., MHS.     Leader: Ken Hertz
Tue Oct 20
Tuesday, October 20 -- Road Walk or Bike Ride. Location is leaders' choice.     Leader: Mary Garcia
Sun Oct 25
Sunday, October 25 -- Walk. North Middlesex. Moderate. 6 miles. Road and VAST trail walk around Dumpling Hill. Meet at noon.     Leader: John Buddington and Kathy Gohl.
Sat Oct 31
Saturday, October 31 -- Work Hike. Duxbury. Bamforth Ridge. All abilities. 2-5 miles round trip. Regular trail maintenance. Wear work clothes and gloves. Meet at 8:00 A.M., MHS.     Leader: Ken Hertz
Wed Nov 4
Wednesday, November 4 -- Walk. Montpelier. Easy. Walk through Montpelier. Meet at 5:00 P.M., MHS.     Leader: Charlene Bohl
Sun Nov 8
Sunday, November 8 -- Hike. East Montpelier. Morse Farm. Easy/Moderate. 3-5 miles. Bring snack for afternoon hike on the touring center's ski trails - and dream of a snowy winter to come. Meet at MHS.     Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist
Sat Nov 14
Saturday, November 14 -- Walk. Montpelier. Moderate. 6 miles. North Branch Park to Sparrow Farm and down North Street. WEAR RED. Meet at 9:00 A.M. behind Montpelier swimming pool.     Leader: Charlene Bohl
Tue Nov 17
Tuesday, November 17 -- Road Walk. Easy. 5 miles. Meet at Maple Corner Store, Calais.     Leader: Joan Heller
Fri Nov 27
Friday, November 27 -- Walk. Burlington. Moderate. 10 miles. Walk off Thanksgiving dinner on the Burlington bike path and byways. Possible stop for evening meal. Meet at 1:00 P.M., MHS.     Leader: Steve Lightholder
Trail Talk number 93 Winter 2009 - 2010
Tue Dec 1
Tuesday, December 1 -- Executive Committee Meeting. Montpelier.
Inventory
Sat Dec 5
Saturday, December 5 -- Walk. Waterbury. YAC (Young Adventurers Club). Kids Easy. Winter ramble and hot drinks.     Leader: Mike Wetherell.
Sun Dec 6
Sunday, December 6 -- Cross-country Ski. Stowe. Moderate. Various distances. Ski Smugglers' Notch Road or Hike to Sterling Pond. Event depends on snow conditions, and is leader's choice.     Leader: Phyllis Rubenstein.
Tue Dec 8
Tuesday, December 8 -- Membership/Outing Planning Meeting. Planning events from March - May, 2010.
Sat Dec 12
Saturday, December 12 -- Hike or Snowshoe. Plainfield. Moderate. 4.4 miles. Spruce Mountain. Event depends on snow conditions. Meet at 9:00 A.M.     Leader: Charlene Bohl.
Sun Dec 13
Sunday, December 13 -- Walk or Snowshoe. Montpelier. Easy. 2+ miles. Hubbard Park. Meet after lunch at the Hubbard Park Drive park entrance.     Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist.

Montpelier Section reports in the 2010 Long Trail News

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