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Kancamagus Very often misspelled, this is the name of NH 112, often called New England's most scenic highway. The Kancamagus extends from Conway to Lincoln and is about 35 miles long.
Kiester Your rear end. Your butt. Your tush. If you haven't got it by now, never mind.
Knob Much like it sounds, a knob is a rounded crest, usually with some sort of views.
Krumholz trees growing in dense, twisted, spreading masses near the tree line.

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