Portsmouth and Nashua's groups launched today, and we couldn't be happier to have them on the march. Unfortunately, we had to suspend the Dixville Notch route between Center Harbor and Laconia, and cancel tonight's event which was to be held at Lakes Region Community College.
While there is a certain amount of risk inherent to walking in these chilling temperatures, our Dixville organizers made a determination that the icy conditions were simply too poor to continue. The Dixville Notch walk will pick up (weather permitting) tomorrow from Laconia.
Of course, the Dixville Notch team kept themselves busy:
In the meantime, we're starting to get some great videos via the Questionr.org application. Really, this is a miracle of modern technology - you simply browse to questionr.org on your phone, make your recording, and it uploads automatically to the NHRebellion YouTube account. Not only are people using it now to document their experiences on the walk, but when the NH Primary does roll around, we can get political candidates on the record about what they plan to do to address corruption - and get it on film. Well, digital bits, really, but you get the idea.
This was a great one from Ellen McGrail, who wrote that great article in the Portsmouth Herald.
Remember, you can make videos too - just go to Questionr.org!