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Author Topic: Winchester Topography and Weather  (Read 861 times)

JDouglasFisher

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Winchester Topography and Weather
« on: February 07, 2009, 11:01 PM NHFT »

Hello folks,

Long time no see. I've been fighting the good fight here in NJ for as long as I can (and am still able to hold ground for what its worth)

That being said, I secured permission to retreat back to Winchester, NH (2 acres) should the SHTF in a bad way (its already heading that direction, even in NJ...)

So the question I have is this, Is Winchester in the same valley, or similar valley that Keene is in?

I'm trying to get a feel of what the weather may be like.

I'll explain in full detail in the general forum what we have been doing as of late.

J.....


 
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Jim Johnson

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Re: Winchester Topography and Weather
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2009, 11:14 PM NHFT »


Is Winchester in the same valley, or similar valley that Keene is in?
 

The Ashuelot river flows from Keene through Winchester and out to the Connecticut River.
The weather in Keene is basically the same as Winchester.
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