I went down to New Hampshire for two nights to take advantage of the new cross-border duty free limits, and of course, went up a few mountains. For June 6th, I picked Mount Tremont. While not very tall, Tremont affords a wonderful view of the Sawyer Pond scenic area, and is a good leg stretcher with 2600 ft of elevation gain compressed into just over 2.5 miles. On June 7th, I drove down Tripoli Road, which is typically closed in winter and is somewhat out of the way, to take advantage of the high elevation trailhead to Mount Osceola. There were storms to the East, West, and South, but the trail and summit were dry and often sunny from the ascent to the descent.