For some people mountains are the ultimate challenge. These are people who see and understand the danger as well as the achievement.
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“There comes a time when you have to say ‘We have to wake up.”
—These climbers made it pretty far without dying. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for the drone — which crashed and got the drone operator fined.H/T Digg.com Do you want to be part of creating a kinder, more inclusive society? Join like-minded individuals in The Good Men Project Community. Originally Published on Travel Ticker/YouTube—Photo: Travel Ticker/YouTube
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