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^de for running up small liuts, which a thick layer of moss made 'I'lite snug.
Like most hill tribesmen, our Kamu coolies wore as little Nothing as possible, sometimes merely a piece of cloth scarcely large euoA gh for its purpose, and under no circumstances sufficient to keep
A ut the cold. t , u ,
A nearer view of the gigantic limestone cliffs, where eagles had
east es A howed that any attempt to approach from the north or
Thellld haV6 been hoPeIess*
^A rnin n December 20, 1892, was very clear, and early next
a ^le thermometer registered 27A Fahr. Ice had formed above kg jf. er an inch in thickness, and the cook, who had been collect-alrea(j' Was yery much surprised to find that when melted it was s%e cA lA ur A f the coffee he intended making. There was
but tfjj IcuIty about water, as it could be procured only from a ditch, tIle 2lst,
inconvenience lasted only a few days. The whole night of a high wind was howling, but the thermometer did not fall