A wide shot of the Andes Mountains with a snow covered Mt. Ausangate in the center. The 2020 team of eleven are hiking in the foreground on a beautiful day.

Tag: Team 2020

04 Jun
2017
Guest blogger: Spread the word (and the work) of the Walk for Sight

By Beth Foote It was a cool, partly cloudy morning on Saturday, June 3 when the 2020 Vision Quest team gathered together in Concord, NH

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17 Aug
2013
Worthy of a Community Celebration – Closing the Quest!

By Randy Pierce During rare moments, we may make a decision which will play a significant role in transforming our lives On even rarer

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02 Apr
2012
We Need you on our Team – Walk with “Quinn-tessentially Blind!”

By Randy Pierce On June 2, 2012 in Concord, NH, our 2020 Vision Quest team will participate in the New Hampshire Association for the

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01 Aug
2011
Success on the Hancocks = 1/3 of our Goal

by Randy Pierce When I first thought to undertake the "48” back in 2010, it was intended as a leisurely ten-year goal This was, in part,

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27 Jul
2011
Why is our Mt. Waumbek success linked to Mt. Vesuvius and the alleged World’s Greatest Traveller?

by Randy Pierce Our July New Hampshire heat wave is not untypical, nor is the choice to seek some solace from the heat by hiking amidst

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19 Jul
2011
Help 2020 Achieve Peak Potential!

by Rachel Morris It’s not too early to save the date (and buy your tickets) for this year’s Peak Potential Charity Dinner &

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08 Jul
2011
Adams Family Union

by Randy Pierce There are many reasons this was the most daunting hike to date The weather forecast did not help much, as thunderstorm

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01 Jul
2011
Expecting the best, but preparing for the worst

by Randy Pierce The Northern Presidential range is dominated by the daunting Mt Adams, and it will be by far the most challenging peak in

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22 Jun
2011
Learning to Lead

by Kara Minotti Becker When I’m asked to take charge of a thing – whatever thing – my first reaction is probably similar to

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13 Jun
2011
Overwhelmed is so not a Reality Show

by Randy Pierce Finally, we take a break from our many hiking topics and address a common question Do the challenges of it all overwhelm

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06 Jun
2011
No Letdown for Team 2020

by Kyle Dancause In sports, there is much talk and concern over the dreaded letdown game For those not familiar with the term, a letdown

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18 May
2011
Starting our Season with Success – Owl’s Head!

by Randy Pierce We’ve learned so very much and come such a long way in our first season that it truly seemed fitting to make the long

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16 May
2011
Prepping for the Pemi (again!)

by Randy Pierce "This is the hardest physical day of my life,” I had said last year on the second day of the Pemigewasset backpacking

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02 May
2011
An Owl’s Knowledge

by Sherpa John Lacroix wwwsherpajohncom Owl’s Head, at 4,025 feet, serves as a white whale to many a New England peak-bagger Its thickly

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11 Apr
2011
See What I Mean?

by Randy Pierce As the blazing red sun slowly slipped below the last range of mountains to our west, the purple, blue, and green hues of

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21 Mar
2011
True Vision and Thoughts of Peak Potential 2011

by guest blogger Kim Kett-Johnson “Sight lets you see where you are right now; vision lets you see where you are going” I heard my

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14 Mar
2011
Lofty Goals for 2011

by Carrie McMillen Our 2011 hiking schedule has been posted! Last year, we had many unknowns and challenges as we started out on this

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03 Jan
2011
Inspiration Unleashed

by Randy Pierce The arrival of the New Year often includes many resolutions laden with good intent I personally believe in making

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29 Oct
2010
What’s Next?

by Randy Pierce Standing at the podium during our Peak Potential charity dinner, I was asked, "What next" in regards to after we achieve

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06 Oct
2010
Season of Success Wraps Up on Mt. Pierce!

by Randy Pierce The wind chill was 10 degrees, I struggled to put boots onto Quinn's front paws for a descent over some sharp edged

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