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Errol 2008


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Welcome to New Hampster, specifically Coos County
which is the largest area of the NH counties, but as of 2000, by far the smallest population, at 33,111.


The Great North Woods are spread across Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and New York
and into Canada. Collectively, the Woods make up a 26 million acres of forestland.


Raising the annual Errol flage pole


Our national flag underwent changes in 1795 and 1818,
which increased the number of stripes to 15 and then returned it to 13, respectively.


Inside the cabin - kitchen area


The snoorer's bunk room


Went old school this year and picked up a keg of Labatt Blue, plus this mini keg of Gold...
and of course a few Budweisers


The second bunk room


The cabin mascot


Early fire


Starting to catch


Todd telling some stories


There might be an 88 and a couple doors hidden in there


Kevin Birk-ee-toe-siss and Hans 'The General' Wentrup


Errolers


Todd driving his truck over the snow bank


Teague must be filling in for Deve on 'frosty beverage patrol'
Personalities include - Bain hate networking, Hezekiah loves saving


Pizzabox's beruit table


Playing with Peter's hand exercise grips... watch out for the HEAD


Tell ya what, I got my Polo shirt and some cologne on and I'm going to Cote's


Out on the pond, before making the track


Mount Dustan is the Location's highest point at 2,878 feet
It was home to a fire tower at one point


Saw with a saw strapped on


Chuckwagon popping off a few rounds with sPete's .22


Andy and Saw taking a rest on the duck blind plywood


Showing off 'my new haircut' - Not now chief, I'm in the f'ing zone!


Teague taking some laps during happy hour


Doogie and Peter


The clean up crew


Marsh taking Ken on the inside of turn four


sHead coming in HOT by the entrance to pit road


Hacksaw on sPete's Red Devil


In the concourse area by pit road


Santa's motorized sleigh for antler hunting


Pay dirt - 3 horns on day 1


Peter, please cool off your foot in da snow


Keg = Big J for beer can


Fire breathing mortor - AWESOME


Mortor shells (some of them)


Da van got the chrome horn from the trailer


Bubbles


sPete trying out Zooback's pulling harness


After the ATV, I tried to pull Bob's truck, uphill - not easy


Marsh trying to start up his Echo


Hans taking Bob for a ride


Not pictured - Big J pulling da van, easily


sRon and sHead bucking up some little stuff


The largest flag in the world is a flag of Israel measuring 18,847 square meters


The fire in need of revitalization... not a problem


Teague cooking up his wings... some are a little SPICY


Saws, one of which shot a load of gas in Doogie's eye


Bulbous tool


The Petes shotgunning


Over to Maine for BAMP's
The territory that is now Maine was at one time a part of Massachusetts


On average, an adult moose stands 67 feet high at the shoulder,
with males weighing 8501180 pounds and females 600800 ids


Birk v. weevil


Nothing beats 'BAMP's Wood For Boys'


Back to camp - As of the 2000 census, there were 44 people, 20 households,
and 13 families residing in the Location, with a population density of 2.3 people per square mile.


The Turner Camp from across the field


Crockett?!?


sPete on top of the teepee


Turner hosses


Poe-knee lagging behind


After an hour or two


Errol sunset


Out on the pond late night


Doogie smoking out the place


Flame broiled burgers


Hey boys, give Marsh a little more vert - LOL!


Rubbah blaze


Errolling by the fire


Hornpouts and Doogies ring of fire


Burning HOT


Trippy trails


Out cold.


Soocage gravy and bissits


Birk trying to keep down the heartburn


Monday morning at 8:46am


Magic beer


Showing off his Errol shirt


General says, Scotch Only... or he cut you.


A rare sighting of the Birkenmoose, scientific classification Alces Birkatosis


Nicky matched up one of his horns with Birks from last year


Serious Errolling


BAMP had lots of wood for boys this yeare


Marsh shaving off the log lift


Now cutting the pockets


Peter loves finger pockets


The Official Errol XII Full Pull-out Crew


sPete, Birk, Doogie, Teague, Chuck, Marsh, Nick, Peter


See yall next year for Errol the 13th



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sPete Keg Stand




Birk's Pics (with commentary by Birkenmoose):


Pick is some moose rubbing, the mail moose will destroy small soft wood trees to loosen the antlers and knock them off.
These were pretty fresh and on three of them the moose broke off the top of the tree. The rubs were about 5 feet off the ground


Valmet 425 with a fix Quadaco Cit to Length harvester head.
This Rig was sitting on a landing 14 miles into Sturtevant Pond. It did a nice job of thinning a Harwood/soft wood cut


Hardwood saw log yarded and waiting to go the mill


A patch of woods that the moose were bedding down in


More woods


A piece of seve islands wood lands that has been recently thinned, very good logging job


The camp after everyone has pulled out



Stats of interest from Wikipedia on Magalloway, Maine:
- The plantation has a total area of 54.2 square miles, about 11% of which is water.
- As of 2000 census, there were 37 people, with a population density was 0.8 people per square mile.
- The racial makeup of the plantation was 100.00% White.
- The median income for a household in the plantation was $33,750, and the median income for a family was $39,167.
- Males had a median income of $0 (ZERO) versus $25,833 for females.
- The per capita income for the plantation was $16,546.
- None of the population and none of the families were below the poverty line.




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