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Trail blazing along the Mt Tecumseh Trail in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. A proper blaze is a two by six inch rectangle. Spills and runs should be wiped away when applied and once dried, runs can be removed using proper techniques. After a trail inspection by Forest Service in June 2012, using proper protocol, they removed the bottom blaze (bad blazing) because it was placed about two feet from the ground on the tree. In time, the bad blazing will fade away and not be visible.
Title: Mt Tecumseh Trail - White Mountains, New Hampshire

Description: Trail blazing along the Mt Tecumseh Trail in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. A proper blaze is a two by six inch rectangle. Spills and runs should be wiped away when applied and once dried, runs can be removed using proper techniques. After a trail inspection by Forest Service in June 2012, using proper protocol, they removed the bottom blaze (bad blazing) because it was placed about two feet from the ground on the tree. In time, the bad blazing will fade away and not be visible.

Location: White Mountains, New Hampshire, United States

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