Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Monument Reviewer restoring the landscape

from NY Times
Franconia (New Hampshire) — There is no replacing the Old Man of the Mountain, the beloved natural landmark that tumbled from its craggy perch at Franconia Notch State Park in 2003, sending this state into deepest grief.
But now, if you visit the old viewing area, line yourself up behind a device that resembles a giant upside-down hockey stick with bumps on it, and squint, you can glimpse the Old Man’s stern profile on the side of the cliff where it used to be.


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