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  • A demolition round gouged a neat twenty-meter hole in the jungle.

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  • The twenty-meter slab of articulated rocktopus that turned a diamond eye to these squishy walking icicles of meat was puzzled at first, then alarmed.

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  • The twenty-meter promontory with its chalky white lighthouse provided an excellent reference point for the navigators.

    Whirlwind

  • The twenty-meter promontory with its chalky white lighthouse provided an excellent reference point for the navigators.

    Whirlwind

  • Mr. Conner asked us for a free walk, working canter on the left lead, and a twenty-meter circle.

    Canterwood Crest

  • Mr. Conner asked us for a free walk, working canter on the left lead, and a twenty-meter circle.

    Canterwood Crest

  • From there it was a short jump across a twenty-meter drop to the top of the conjoined air recycling and composting ventilation system that served the sprawling apartment complex below.

    Trouble Magnet

  • Piecing together two descriptions of adjoining canyons, I created a unique loop that would take me on a fifteen-mile bike ride from my truck at the Canyonlands National Park trailhead to the head of Blue John Canyon, through two narrow and deep slots, over a twenty-meter rappel, and out to the confluence with Horseshoe Canyon, past the petroglyph alcoves of the Great Gallery, finally returning to my vehicle.

    127 Hours

  • Piecing together two descriptions of adjoining canyons, I created a unique loop that would take me on a fifteen-mile bike ride from my truck at the Canyonlands National Park trailhead to the head of Blue John Canyon, through two narrow and deep slots, over a twenty-meter rappel, and out to the confluence with Horseshoe Canyon, past the petroglyph alcoves of the Great Gallery, finally returning to my vehicle.

    127 Hours

  • Piecing together two descriptions of adjoining canyons, I created a unique loop that would take me on a fifteen-mile bike ride from my truck at the Canyonlands National Park trailhead to the head of Blue John Canyon, through two narrow and deep slots, over a twenty-meter rappel, and out to the confluence with Horseshoe Canyon, past the petroglyph alcoves of the Great Gallery, finally returning to my vehicle.

    Between a Rock and a Hard Place

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