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Kathy Eager
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It’s my birthday month and here are some things I’d like: Register to vote and go vote https://www.usa.gov/register-to-vote Donate to a charity or organization. Any that you like that you feel makes this world a better place. I like the ACLU, or Planned…
It’s My Birthday, So…
It’s My Birthday, So…
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On my blog: Leave No Trace #leavenotrace

The “tl; dr” (too long; didn’t read) is below. Growing up in California, I think it’s ingrained in you to be an environmentalist.  Since my first camping trip at 8 months old, my mom always taught me to be respectful of nature.  I recall being at a camp…
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Mt. Liberty and Mt. Flume #8 and #9 of the #NH48

This one is gonna be a long one, folks.  If you want to hear about my face vs. a rock, skip to the end!  But be warned, you’ll miss some amazing photos and a few stories of “trail magic”. Total miles: 9.55 Total “hiking” time (includes summit stops, but…
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On my blog: Mt. Osceola #7 of the #NH48 #4000Footers

My son and I hiked Mt. Osceola today, but first we slept in our hammocks (yep, I bought him his own) at the Russell Pond Campground.  Really nice campground that may become my “home base” for hiking the NH48.  We slept really well in our hammocks with…
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Agile Scrum - Part 2 The Team #agile #agileScrum

I recently wrote about Agile Scrum – Part 1 The Daily Scrum, in an attempt to dispel some myths and hopefully give tips on how to better use the Agile Scrum framework.  Here in part 2, I’m going to talk about the team.  Who is included, and who isn’t. …
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So I bought a hammock #hiking #NH48 #backpacking

I went on my first camping trip when I was 8 months old.  Throughout my childhood, I went on a lot of camping trips.  When I was 26, I went on a cross country trip for 2 1/2 months, camping for 90% of it.  But all of that was car camping.  I know how to…
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Mt. Field and Mt. Tom #5 and #6 of the NH48 #hiking #nh48

So after my hike yesterday to Mt. Hale, I drove a few minutes to the AMC Highland Center, where I had a reservation to stay at the lodge.  Similar to the huts in that you get a bunk in a room with strangers and dinner and breakfast are provided.  Unlike…
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Mt. Hale #4 of the NH48 #hiking #nh48

Saturday, I solo hiked (apparently this is a big deal, so for the record, #1 and #2 were also solo hikes) Mt. Hale.  Mt. Hale is of course, one of the New Hampshire 48 4,000-footers.  It’s also known for not having any view whatsoever as the trees around…
Mt. Hale #4 of the NH48
Mt. Hale #4 of the NH48
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Agile Scrum - Part 1 The Daily Scrum If you just cringed when you saw #Agile, you're doing it wrong...

If you just cringed when you saw this was about Agile, you’re doing it wrong. I recently spoke at CollabSphere about Agile Scrum.  What I realize in conversations with attendees was just how many places are doing “Agile” (some mishmash of techniques that…
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Mt. Jackson #3 of the NH48 - The best laid plans... #hiking #nh48

The best laid plans… My last post was about the dilemma of packing for an overnight backpacking trip.  The plan was to hike with my son, stay overnight at the Mizpah Spring Hut, and hike back the following day.  We’d hopefully hit my third NH48, and my…
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