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Title: < a href="" > Outing Year:< a href="" > 1885 (< a href="" > 1880s) Authors:. Topics:< a href="" > Leisure< a href="" > Sports< a href="" > Travel Publisher:< a href="" > [New York City: Trip Pub. Co.] Contributing Library:< a href="" > Tisch Library Digitizing Sponsor:< a href="" > Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries View Book Page:< a href="" rel=" nofollow" >

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. The night deteriorated, andwhen early morning came he rigged a signalwith the disjointed legs of the dead dogslashed together for a staff and his shirtfor a flag. The day passed in whatseemed ineffective waving, however late after-noon brought hope. What might be theflash of oars was captured throughout the iceglint, and half an hour later on he was ina boat and sturdy Newfoundland armswere requiring a method back to coast andwarmth and food. And here is the climax. Dr. Gren-fell had actually invested more than thirty-six hourson his shivering ice floe with death attimes a simple matter of inches or secondsaway. Yet say goodbye to time was wastedin resting than was needed to attendto a pot of hot tea and a plate of stew.Then the doctor was off again on hislong journey to the bedside of the in-jured boy. It deserves keeping in mind that theboy recovered. Thats the kind of a male WilfredGrenfell is. Read this little book sometime when your faith in humanitywavers. It will eliminate cynicism andannihilate the blues. Text Appearing After Image: 389 HERBERT WHYTES ANSWERS QUESTIONS THAT READERS ASK AND PRACTICAL AID FORTHOSE WHO Would Like To Know AND TO DO [It is Herbert Whites organisation to
assist readers of THE TRIP PUBLICATION with practical infor-mation and ad-vice on outdoor subjects. If there is any question that puzzles you in video games, sport, travel, occupa-tion, or recreation, or any other subject in which you are interested, wear t hesitate to compose him. He will tellyoithe thing you would like to know. ~ AN extract from a letter of among Out-ings readers concerning his recenttrip in Mexico might trigger a couple of ofus to change our viewpoint on that country.The morning after we arrived we wentover into the Condela Variety, and I havenever experienced such scenery, even in Brit-ish Columbia. It was simply magnificent.Every hour and with each brand-new camp it wasa conflict if it were or were not more beau-tiful than the last. Regrettably, the birds for the greaterpart had nestlings, so we might not killthem at all, but we enjoyed them perhapseven more, Note About Images Please keep in mind that these images are extracted from scanned page images that might have been digitally improved for readability- coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly look like the original work.

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