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Phenomenal freshman: Tommy Griffiths treks to great heights - William and Mary News


William and Mary News

Phenomenal freshman: Tommy Griffiths treks to great heights
William and Mary News
Tommy Griffiths '18 has the distinction of being one of only about 10,000 people recognized by the Appalachian Mountain Club as having climbed all 48 of the rugged peaks over 4,000 feet in New Hampshire's White Mountains. By the time he finished, ...

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Why We Should Appreciate the Stunning Success of the Wilderness Act, 50 ... - The Nation.


The Nation.

Why We Should Appreciate the Stunning Success of the Wilderness Act, 50 ...
The Nation.
Winter comes early above timberline, and the storm blew in unseen from behind the mountain I was climbing. Soon, everything was blowing snow, shrieking wind, and a whiteout so thick I could scarcely see the ground. There was no question of seeking ...

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Japan volcano death toll rises on still-erupting peak - Bellingham Herald


Bellingham Herald

Japan volcano death toll rises on still-erupting peak
Bellingham Herald
In this photo taken Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014 and released by the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF), JGSDF personnel and fire fighters climb the ash-covered slope, heading for the summit of Mount Ontake to rescue people who have been trapped in ...

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Vail Daily column: Help black bears prepare for winter - Vail Daily News


Vail Daily column: Help black bears prepare for winter
Vail Daily News
Fall is feeding time for black bears. Help them prepare for winter by bearproofing your trash and food. If the animals know they can get food in human areas, they will return, making their chances of surviving the winter and staying out of conflict ...

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Romantic boyfriend spends 18 months panning for GOLD in the Scottish ... - Daily Mail


Romantic boyfriend spends 18 months panning for GOLD in the Scottish ...
Daily Mail
'It was a bit like climbing a mountain and getting to the top.' He used a simple gold pan, trowel, shovel and rake to collect nuggets, flakes and tiny specks. The rings are hallmarked simply as 'Scottish gold' because gold from there is so rare and is ...

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