the old old man
the new old man
Last week, hiking with a friend in the woods near our homes, I spotted a small formation that looked eerily like the Old Man. Yesterday, my friend mentioned it to our local newspaper, and today they ran a photo with this caption:
An area of cliff along the Washington Street extension in Keene resembles the late Old Man of the Mountain in Franconia. This formation is located on the gated road that leads to Beaver Brook Falls. The natural rock formation resembling an old man's face - perhaps New Hampshire's best-known symbol - fell from Cannon Mountain earlier this month. (Sentinel photo by MICHAEL MOORE)
So what's the technical hook? Damned if I know. I guess I'll have to think of something else to write today to push this item off InfoWorld's home page.
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