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“(Alexander wears his kilt to the Games, and for mountain-climbing, but would never ponce around in lace, I fear.)”
“It does a wonderful job of communicating the ostensible difficulties faced by mountain-climbing trains as I have no faith that that train would make it up a hill.”
“I find that Ajijic is especially well suited to those who are past the mountain-climbing age (lol) and appreciate the availabilty of good health care as well as a nice collection of decently priced restaurants for most tastes.”
“Plenty of people go mountain-climbing for years or have casual sex for years without dying as a result of either one.”
“Is that in the same risk-category as mountain-climbing? as you attest?”
“There's the usual prefatory shenanigans with father Pod (Christopher Eccleston) mountain-climbing the stairs to get into a tin of Quality Street, while his bored teenager Arrietty (Aisling Loftus) sulks in her sleeping bag (a hiking sock) and missus Homily (Sharon Horgan) busies herself in a kitchenette fashioned from pencil stubs and bottle tops.”
“Along the way he tries his hand at indigenous pastimes including iceberg-hunting, canoeing, dirt-biking, wreck-diving, lobster-trawling and mountain-climbing.”
“He was amused because I had written a mountain-climbing story about Olympus Mons, and recent results had shown that the escarpment of Olympus Mons was not as steep as thought before; 'you could ride a bicycle up it,' Clarke said to me.”
“Since 2007, he and his oldest daughter have gone on annual mountain-climbing expeditions to Mount Kilimanjaro, the Swiss Alps and Mount Rainier.”
“He retired in 2008 and took up mountain-climbing with the goal of knocking some weight off his 250-pound frame.”
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