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Dizzying heights and speed 'woo-hoo'- Orlando Sentinel- 1/25/06


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  • Dizzying heights and speed 'woo-hoo'- Orlando Sentinel- 1/25/06

    Article from Orlando Sentinel- January 25, 2006
    Dizzying heights and speed -- 'woo-hoo'

    Dizzying heights and speed -- 'woo-hoo'
    by Eric Michael
    The signs are everywhere.

    "Beware the Yeti."

    The mythical Abominable Snowman, that hulking guardian of the misty mountains, has re-emerged to drive unwanted visitors from his snowy domain. The beast already has attacked a party on its way to base camp. The evidence is on display in the local museum -- mangled climbing equipment, a shredded tent and canteens with teeth punctures.

    But there's no turning back. You have a ticket aboard a rickety supply train bound for Mount Everest base camp, and there's an open seat with your name on it.
    Full Story: Dizzying heights and speed -- 'woo-hoo'
    “You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the dream a reality.” - Walt Disney

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