I had not heard of the Old Man of the Mountain until 6 months ago and had no emotional reaction to hearing it was no longer there. However, when we visited the site and read the information and saw how people who grew up with "him" felt about his demise, I felt their sadness.
They have cleverly put together a way for folks to still see how it once looked. Kudos and nicely done.
It is worth checking out just to see.
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