We naively started walking up Mount Monadnock without any water or other provisions, and were exhausted by the heat and humidity by the time we reached the summit. We placed our rock on the cairn, and enjoyed what there was of the view, as it was disappointedly misty. We appreciated the walk down better, and picked some blueberries along the way to accompany the long drinks of water that we all enjoyed once we had returned to our friend's home situated near at the start of the mountain trail. We didn't see anyone else on our walk - perhaps the heat and the haze had out others off. Probably wise, but we enjoyed our hike nonetheless!
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