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  • Instead, I climbed Pyramid Peak by its West Face route, despite a storm that blew dangerous amounts of fresh snow into the steep-faced west amphitheater at 13,800 feet.

    127 Hours

  • It all had to be cleaned off to the ground, and fresh snow piled on to secure a hard road-bed.

    Janey Canuck in the West

  • It’s about the fresh snow and how it covers the black, ugly culm banks.

    BLOWN AWAY!

  • Encouraged by my success, the others persisted, and soon we were all a-roaring, little reeking of the fresh snow gale piping up outside, and little worrying that we were cast away in an uncharted, God-forgotten land.

    Chapter 15

  • That’s when the fresh snow covers the black culm banks, and everything is white and clean.

    BLOWN AWAY!

  • After five hours plowing through two feet of fresh snow along the six-mile approach to the hut, we settled into our weekend home and ate gourmet appetizers of oysters, spicy hummus, clams, and kippered fish on crackers, and drank three rounds of hot cocoa and schnapps.

    127 Hours

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