My Everest Story Book Report

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Makes me how the future mountaineers will look at our generation…….As a side note, if you watch that film, look closely at the pan of them from a distance climbing up the north col. I have to wonder how authentic and carefully fitted the re-creating gear was.

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Another thing that struck me was how they put together Everest expeditions back in the true “day.” You won’t believe the bureaucracy and wrangling that went on among the “old chaps” of the Mount Everest Committee of England.

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Good one, just take it all with a grain of that salt on your glass rim.

– Arthur Hinks was said to write up each meeting’s minutes the day before they took place… Reaburn was once considered a fine alpinist, but his cigar and paunch meant you had to have a good memory to know that…

– Commander Ashcroft always had a snifter with Hinks before the meeting, so he’d know which way to vote.With the equipment they had and no knowledge on whether it was even humanly possible. I had the privilege of meeting Lou Whitaker a few years back, being one of those early mountaineers it gave me a since of what kind of man it took and the dude was tough, real tough.That’s why I liked the book, it really gives you a sense of what things might have been like back then.George was born in Mobberley the son of the local vicar. ll=53.325923,-2.323855&t=h&z=18 and, apparently, was often to be found climbing up the drain pipes on the outside.There are more details in this brochure of sale: you’ve ever flown out of Manchester airport recently you will have been very close as, sadly, the new runway stops only a few yards before the house!The fact is, they made it to 28K on the first attempt without oxygen and didn’t suffer much if anything other than not making it.However, having been to the spot where they turned around the first time and without oxygen myself, the prospects of the short distance to the summit was still an entire mountain away all things considered.For example, can you imagine having to contend with the following (paraphrased from the book) before you got to go climbing?Quite amusing to read about, but I wouldn’t have wanted to be there.As we skied down the north col, these two guys are fully dressed in the old gear, complete with hobnob boots, the whole deal.They said it was cold at best, and they couldn’t imagine climbing that peak to 28000 like those guys did in the day, with O’s let alone without as they did the first attempt. They had near vertical ice and nothing less than their skill would have had much luck.

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