Second Annual O H Night
PASTA at CAHTAH
Sunday, September 12, 2004

What’s a better time to visit cozy Carter then after the crowds have left and we have the whole hut to ourselves? Join your OH friends to celebrate Carter’s 90th anniversary. We’re reserving the hut for OH only. You just tuck your sleeping bag in your pack and maybe your favorite beverage, and the rest will be waiting for you when you arrive:

Munchies to complement your favorite pre-dinner beverage Salad, garlic bread, ample supply of white and red wine A gourmet selection of pasta and a variety of tasty sauces Dessert selections Cereal and pancakes for breakfast

All this for $45/$30 under 30 pre-payable to Moose at our PO Box. No waiting on the phone for an AMC resie, all resies are going through us, just act now because there are only 40 bunks and when they sell out, you might have to be sleeping in a cave! Immediate families are welcome at the same rate, but don’t let this opportunity slide by. Act now! Fill in your reservation on the order form.

Want to help? Got questions? Lesley Nesbitt and Betsy Fowler are chairing this event and can be reached at Lesley.Nesbitt@gouldacademy.org or bfowler@metrocast.net.

Reservations Booked with AMC as of September 9, 2004
Peter Baldwin Carolyn Baldwin Saundra Cohen
Michael CohenJim ArgentatiNorma Anderson
Lesley Nesbitt Betsy Fowler J. Bryan Wentzell
Bruce Sloat Mary Sloat Willy Ashbrook
Mike Dudley Jim Hamilton Gerry Whiting
Ned Baldwin Sally Baldwin Hank Parker
Joe Harrington Jeremy Eggleton Dick Stetson;
Jed Davis Alex MacPhail Lizzie MacPhail
Steve Neubert Sue Dickman Sheldon Perry
Sam BaldwinJohn LaMannaMike Waddell
Mark Hitchcock  
   
   
   


For those who would prefer the hike to the hut from Jackson on the Wildcat River Trail, just drive up the Carter Notch Road, start on the Bog Brook Trail and then join the Wildcat River Trail after a mile. The whole distance is 3.6 miles, 2 1/2 hours goofer time. Then hike out the 19 Mile Brook trail and have someone drive you around to your car. It makes for a nice round trip. Or come up the pack trail and go out the Wildcat River Trail.