Day 151 (Aug. 19th) – 11.0 miles to Lake of the Clouds Hut. Webster Cliffs were hard, but not as bad as we thought. Good day, but we are worn out. I fell on my butt in the mud and water today. We met Greybeard! Once he completes his thru-hike, he’ll be the oldest person to do it (he’s 82)! Staying in “the dungeon” tonight! High class! Tomorrow – Mount Washington (highest peak in New Hampshire)!  
Day 152 (Aug. 20th) – 7.2 miles. Sumitted Mt. Washington right away this morning. High winds (60mph) and cold temps (45). Mt. Washington holds the 2nd highest ever land wind speed record, and has the world’s worst weather. We conquered it today! After Washington we hung in the snack shop for a couple hours to warm up and dry off. Then onward over more of the Presidentials. Tenting tonight at the base of Mt. Madison, which we’ll do first thing tomorrow morning. What a day – I can’t tell you how the terrain and weather affects us, but today after just 7.2 miles in high winds and rocky terrain, we are beat!!
Day 153 (Aug. 21st) – 7.8 miles to Pinkham Notch. We sumitted Mt. Madison this morning and the. Had a long steep and boulder-y descent of about 3.5 miles. After that a lot nicer hiking. Mt. Madison was in the clouds, but the rest of the day was nice and clear. At The Barn Hostel tonight, heading out for the wildcat mountains tomorrow!

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