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Ticonderoga sentinel. (Ticonderoga, Essex County, N.Y.) 188?-1982, September 09, 1954, Image 3

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Por,t?$£-.Spaia--contains jfejiiiiese, POrtugu%ef 2JAdi'ari, \Ne- gro, French,A'Sr>aj)|ish ,aro.-British colonists. Some of Sie•JBftdu wom- feii'wear silver 'itose'rings: Signs are often printed In 3languages. This soft gentl^ island ofperpetual summerisrichineocoaniits, citrus| fruits, oil, cocoa, sugar 'and beauti-! ful scenery. Angostura bitters, used| In flavoring many beverages, are manufactured here. Only tiiree: people know thesecret oftheir! contiposition. The formula is deposit- ed in thevaults'of thebankof England. ini.i ,#Knii>'{Sk«i|j' the the the lak&u* wMri touchto t i es e a t s onifekk and litteresUng utand 1*?briTJtairt «4 Wty&cusand Hhelovely gaafivillea left a color-filled r*cQ\d in Our mindsnfthebeautyof t tropical pjradise IN KOKKA CROWN W>INT Cp\ Leo W BaKer,*'-! \<«'n »f Mi and Mis .Colice l l i k n ofCm ATI Point i (^serving *»N» the *nt Inran'iv Ui\- lston mKoiia He is n w m h - boatd opi'iait'r in the THh FuW ArtiUerj r..illnln n HHIKJHU ters Bait' v ? 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After warring nearly an hour for the mountain to clear, we finally returned to Teresopolis. Here our' guide said we would al- low 10minutes forthe clouds to pass and if notihing happened it would benecessary togo. At the endof5 minutes the clouds seemed denser jtihan before. Since we had planned to travel about 10,000 miles to seethis mountain, soma members of theparty may have made a silent prayer. Suddenly there was a movement in the clouds, the tip ofthe finger became visible andtiien, almost as if by magic, the clouds vanished-and the FingerofGod, Dedo de Deus, stood! clear anddistinct against ablue sky. As we stood insilent admira- tion it almost seemed asthougha voice spoke andsaid1, \Remember me; although you may not be able to see me, I am always with you.\ wMri \» CI I i...\ 1 m ftWtiratJBAJNCE m JSattosifJ^in a nashtray Tlhere'w^Sj* jr^^ftBtiais awarded inthis cWk ^'feirninder, the contest for nfxi| :-^9Jf\'iia4 already, staj^d.: ^ h e n 'yop..get a fish smaUei?:ihanLV4 ! |e you have already .entered, ^e i g h ' i t jh\for thenumber ofisrizes ; i n Wi o r menumoer »x i»^\.c?>. ,*\ tha-e'eash class depend on theeittries . . . first prize was,apermanent ealendar. a silver goblet anda n A c , _ashtray were thesecond and third prizes while goodlooking medals were given tomany . . A pickerel was entered byJohn Glass Jr,151 Feniumore Rd., New Rochelle, weighing 2 # 10 oz caught inSchroon Lake. However there are no awards forthis class. Harry Vogt, South Schroon, weighed in(jEor alaugh) asmall mouth sucker weighing 1 #;10oz caught in Schroon Lake. There were six of thefish listed above caught just twodays beforethe awards . . . Howard Schwager- man says Sept. 3rd is hislucky day for two yearsin arow he has landed prize winners . . •-Joe Stet- fel reports that boat races do not interfere with fishing . . . after all that excitement Sunday hegot three strikes at thetown dock that very evening and landed a nice pike thenext morning M O N E Y W H I NYOU • WANTIT!* Southofthe Sun ByDr. B. B.Delano . ’ 1 .s.,-. § l ' bandied »tore« wUl annunl meeting of SheN«w Sta'e Council a tReUll M Im., it irfnanac Inn Sar a k mfa-l>t1^1H and 14 uiinouin ! bv .James F O kni \ , i»n ul ut 'if thit rj.an Lh i i t s will b>gii t galhir SUIHUI - ^ th that l i 1 * t d , i ' «ti\ i\'l • \' ForSaleAds •iork chants a n a r l as uiinouin r i o \ kni M i r ^\fj\ Our first view ofBahia was that of atall building on along white beach. As we entered the harboi-, ,we could seethat the«ityAwa* built ontwo levels with connect ling elevatois Since Bania has 1 fine harbor v e were ab^efo tie up a t thedock Wedrove to the-upper city and visitedthe Sio Francisco church Alarge portion of the interior of this chu ich is co\ered with gold The walls of the cloister aremade with small blocks ofbeautiful blue 1 tile arranged torepresent scenes in the life ofSt. Francis. 172 , ,, 4/ / ,1, Q , 1 .1 x _ .w_.’}, ;~§~§%3_ng-,3-; : __r;r“.:J7 ' ’*—f5;.. _ -.;.\-‘n 4s^il^PinllSMvJWiiS|s®^ftei''-were ^ e S f l l a f e ^ d *- tha-e'eash • s a M W h a l l l i h l ? V e a ispnly •: a^:MstSm^tiimm^SSSxk^^„„m„^n„ rfe^flif^Wp^flse^ation «i H | V | | i e r ' The the l l | l ^ ^ s P 5 | o , r i -fishermen '••^M^ViiMM^&y^-, • Schenectady, W ^ 0 m § ^ m R-J-Vine, Wells. ^ ; l % ^ V , l i f ; ^ oz; David Vandei-- ^ ' w l i l e l l ^ r q on .jia^e,. 4 # 15 ozs; ' l l p ^ ^ p f e S j ' \2405 AlbanySt., iLt^Ssycl Pitkin, Schroon Lake, •1N^%L4#j E v e r e t t Pectal, Cop- alte^lSrS«Y,; S% 14% oz; Robert Vine,.flfttafe' N. Y , 3 #13%oz; •Toni\'S^clc-o 2405 Albany St.f sahe«ffetady, 3^:11 \oz; Frank ^ESo|p^*Sv;$\# 10 oz;Tom Racko, l f ^ 0 5 .Sbany St., Schenectady, 3 £ sWH:oz.}\ W.H.Flubacher, East Greeitbush, 3-# 9 oz;James Pit- kin, Schroon. Lake, 3 # 8 oz; A Mac iRafc, 430E155 St., Bronx 55, N Y., 3 #6-oz; Allyn Emens, Co pake, - K - Y., -3 #4 o z ; Mrs. K. T h e b o a t races were very enjoy Shultte, 23 Orr St Troy, N. Y., 3 # ; a b l e . . . a large crowd gathereu Everett Pectal, Copake, N. Y., 2 #ja t t n etown dock, the Leland J2 oz; Stanley Karyenski54Craigie,B e a c n , theWordof Ave^ ram-, 2 # 9oz; Geo. Splider, | a l o n g K o ut e 9 where ^ N o r t h v i l l e , 3SL' Y., 2 #5^oz; Rob-i£ g w e r e v i sible . . . Ken Locke, • e r t Tine, Wtells, N.'Y., 2 # 2oz. c h a i r man ofthe chamber of^com The next largest entries were injm e r c e committee spent the' lake . trout mi m ^cm. hours trout class with f i v e j w o r k i n g 0u tthe details . . . Dave caught in Crane Pond including jM a ye r s o h n and Larry Pitkin were the winner a 16# 8 ozbeautyIt w 0 o f thejudges . . . Mr. Max hooked byJohn Homiak, G r e en - 1 - — . - - n« n n . field ' Center. Sixwere caught in Schroon Lake-including the se- u.« , . ^ w t n n e r s ^ _ cond pnze winner weighing 13 # | s d b o a t ^ a p a t j ro l b oa t un U1 \ --- J --;I-~H that was Mr. Kenedy arrived . . . that was Pat driving his boat when Charles Bogle, Bud Van Lint and _ , „stranger water skied . . . Berna- Ave., Schenectady. Robert Mc- d e t t e Riley, house guest of me COIIU i »i n * = , »^ . .. ^ .. o = . '\6 oz caught by A. R.Contoes, 162 \M o h a w k St., Cohoes, N, Y., the # third winner 12 # 8 5zweighed in byThomas Nangle, 118 Gorno Ghie 1349 Fifth Ave, Walervliet,;M a y er s o h n s , rushed Dave b y c a r vjinc,, .« r»--orfnv: . . ._, . — ihot VIPrnuld enter N. Y. M a y e r s o h n s > TWXl( a ^ a v e _caught alaker mParadox g e t h i s b o a t ^ t h a t h ec o u l d e n t e oz! SteDh-: „ tUa familv boat race . . . then Lake\weighing 12 # 4 ; p to the f ily trace en Miller' 911 Walton Ave., Bronx:s h e t oid the announcer 52 12 # 1 oz; HB. Turner, Boxir w 33', Fallsburg, N. Y., 12 # ; G. W. Duncan 834Shackamaxon Drive, Westfield, N. J., 10 # 1 oz; C. H. fc - Lazeunesse, 79 3rd St., North Side, f r Cohoes,N y 9 # 3oz; Albert Venner 9 # 1 oz; Dick Drake Schroon Lake, 8 # 8 oz;Harold Swan, South Schroon, 7 # 2oz. Seven large mouth bass wer> caught inParadox and Schroon Lake. Charles e l^eianu viV* v,. Life pier, wherever the rac- TJ-™ i ^ i r o Keppler (looki g like a commo- dore) presented thetrophies to j the winners . . . Pat Hall usedhis then that Dave's boat wasapproaching that heheld up therace untilhe arrived . . . itwas grand watching BurdVKeppler,UDave0and\phil Kep-1^ pier race again . . . they were | Cole's members of theSchroon Lake Boat Club and annually took turns beating each other . . . enjoyed two hotdogs cooked just right by Ed Kelly who had '\ . . . Ken Lock's the very first one inis t a nd att he dock overturned son o ^ u r c a u ^ ^ u l y ^ i n ^ a r a d o x i r M n g , Ann andJ e n s e n w Lake weighed 6 # 10oz^ C h a r t s | o u l o £ therace when their $ jjaite weigiicu «-tr — — DeCordova, 3410 Kingsbridge Ave. N.Y.C., 5 # 15oz; Robert Duffy 24 Powell St., Farmingdale, N. Y ., 5 # 8 oz; H. Schwagerman, Thornwood, N.Y., 5 # 7oz; Rob- ert Edinger, 14th & Vine St., Wa- tervliet, 5 # 2 oz;Alice Oster- wald, 121Fulton Ave., Hemp- stead, N. Y., 3 # 13oz; John J. Smith, 670 Fifth Ave., Troy, 3^T 9 bz (caught inSchroon Laxe) John RAnderson 66FalstonSt., Nudham, Mass., 3 # 1oz. In the great Northern pike class 7 were entered, two in Paradox Lake and five from Schroon Lake. The. Winner caught inParadox LakebyDr. H.Bakst, 230 River- side Drive, N. Y. C.topped he scales a t 13 # • JoeSteKelNew York City, wonsecond'honor, with a:10 # 2 ozbeauty caught off the .town dock. Joseph Lemme, 148 Knox St., Albany, N. Y., 7 # 3% oz; William McCoy, W°8 m. Madison A v i , Albany, 6 # 9 ^oz, l ' f Joe Steffel, 6 # 4oz: Ben GoW - \berg .60 Featherbed Lane, N. Y. € . , 5\ #15 oz; Harry J-Do\. Rockvilie Center, N. Y., 2 #12oz (Paradox Lake) There Mere only four small mouth bass entered inthe contest all hooked in thewaters of Schroon Lake Eugene Black,.30 E. 24th St New York City won first prize with a 3 f 4 » ^ Dr Ross BWilson Kend worth Apt, Germantown Phil Ja^ * 15 oz Frank Sears Arcade Drive, Rt 109 Albany N Y 2 £ 8 oz, B Block 258 Beach 135th M-. Belle-Marhor L I , 1 #8 o z hit a rock . . . Doug Harveys boat can make 80 miles whenthe wateo isn't quite sorough\ . didn't race, merely put on ashow . . . we asked Mr. Keppler for comments: \Spectacular well con- ducted races. Those boys know what they aredoing. The cannon, the clock and the loud speaker all important forsuch anevent.\ The Tri Boat club have three new Schroon Lake members the result ofthe races . . . it so rough that there were flips . . . two ofthese boatsre- entered the same race . . . the nouncer was outstanding . . . Northern New York racers Dannemora, Champlain, Ausable, had misinformation about time of theraces causing adelay ....Cathy Cole, daughter ofMr. and Mrs. Chester Cole, wonthe door prize. Bud Keppler was ahero earlier on Sunday . . . afisherman, could notswim, stood up in boat tofill themotor andsome- how turned over . . . Bud happen- ed to becloseby forhe was ing atthe mouth Of the river his twochildren. Hesavedthe fisherman who lost his wallet tackle . . . andalso righted boat andpulled it toshore. man had\ rented aboat from terpryce. It wascertainly a wonderful Labor Day week end . . . the ple that were -here will return praising this area ,and the activit- ies: the dance a tClautice's Friday night waspacked full ...the , I ^=.t races the crowded square Hi t h especkled trout dass bo*.race ^ w b e n there were only three entries. | aanc _, , a Jack Ward North Hudson caught a 2# l , o z beauty inthe Branch Ri ver ; , P a t .McMullen Schroon Lake) a 1 # *5 oz *•• Oxshce Pond* Dave Vanderwalker, 1 V, i T i DBfo dtdn't report where; Wit as theprizes depend ™ t h e entries hedutat wm a trophy^, * w ^ I t M s been thepolicy of the fishing committee not toawarda first p r a e t o r brown trout andit was with regret that Dwinal[Kent badt o continue t h eiwacb« this year fat a 8 # 5 ozbeauty was »caught, \W M e n a r d VenueA ^Schroon Lake mSchroMi.kakeat S e mouth ><rf tne ttj * * f ew ^ e e t ^from, thetown: p e * ,v fishing awards were made Orchids toMary Thacker «T7rf the St. Andrews commit £ f I p S o r s of theMarchof S l f w o S S hard giving ^ \j e S Thacker won thedoor ' ' • I Peter E m m a s S 'the evemng one to be ^ n x b e r e a Delon Mousaw's S d s l r o m Rochester whoa 2 S S a t theBurneli Camphad s y ZAZ*,X\ tune tbey %S TciTces befoie £ 2 T l twas the first time l i t Btory Thacker s sisterwho fll'-fS California tov.sA flew \P\ K C o l e B a T yt r X are grateful tb 2SJentrance ..«« total •nCONDEBOGA,&Y. 2. . _.y ., •nCONDEBOGA,&Y. •nCONDEBOGA,&Y. §'*\-“ :. o. 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Rio deJaneiro The second day after leaving Ba- ihia we saw land tostarboard and, rising above long curving beaches of white sand, there were moiin- |tains having rugged andfantastic shapes. A short time later we found ourselves entering Guanabara Bay on which the city ofRio islocated. iThe panorama revealed asween- tered thebay was almost beyond description. On the port side Sugar Loaf and Corcovado rose inmajes- tic beauty from asea ofdeep blue water while to starboard the moun- tains ofNiteroi curved gracefully around San Franci.sco Bay. In the distance thejagged peaks.ofthe •Organ Mountains formed apurple .backdrop beneath anazure sky. When the Portuguese discovered Guanabara Bay on January 1, 3502. 'they thought it tobe the mouthof a great river and so they namedit Ria de Janeiro orRiverofJanuary. We were now near enough to see tall buildings rising from white sand beaches. Manyofthese beach- es arebordered bybroad avenueslsoe lined with palm trees. Since Rio has one ofthe finest harbors in th( world our ship tied up atone ofisland the great docks along thewater! front and wewere soon whiskedIonly along in curtaxi over beautiful. 'Avendia Beira Mar onwhich ouridise hotel was located. | , «;..y-f.’;:3,:;;’~:._-'$c,¢:¢:; -.~«.--.:- '~. ,-._ *._.. .,.g» - ’ .,:~>' '_-—;:; :,:;q:;:«.I:?:'-E.-.:..~,:-1 §t;:~:\;':._-‘:=\::;.\‘~:-:3: -: ;.::»:~ ~:»~. -.-:;;;:_.-., -' -2‘ Our car was waiting atthe dock •to take us out toPitieb. Lake, one of the wonders of theworld. This lake is located in the southern part of the island about 60 miles fror.i ir'ort ofSpain. It isnot composed of pitch but ofasphalt mostof which was hard enough for us to walk on. Asphalt is the dark, thick liquid which is commonly usedin the U .S. forrepairing roads. Our guide, Corporal Kippings, told us that the lake had a n area ofabout 100 acres' and that, although they had been removing asphalt for nearly 80years, thelevel of the lake remains approximately tlis- some. 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CHAMPLAIN VALLEY DRY CLEANERS McCormick Street FOR PROMPT SERVICE AND QUALITY WORK Telephone 326 Trinidad the Coming on deck early one morn- ing wesaw land onboth sides of the ship. To starboard was the low- lying island of Tobago while to port the mist-covered mountains of Trinidad were visible. H' .. . :4\: \ - ( L. . .. .. W 4. 7;<~«:';~‘: :\wW mun V H , .. .. ,. . .1.’ T C ‘ .» .; .‘...:,'«; «~_,_&:a_‘;4 1: .‘ 22? .13‘ l.,r.r..n,“‘._uz.‘. , -*‘— A~g‘J.'_. ‘.- \ . . ‘~ . ~ ~\' ;‘ :9 . '~‘ - . ‘ ~ - ‘ \ I ' ‘ -iv“: -‘ 3 '.7-“z ’.'- 4‘ \ ; } _>}—\ ‘ t - ., x;_-5 ,- .~..‘._ 3,\ .4-' -V4 -\.7 . ‘ 1; ;': ‘. 1 § - ' . V, ‘- . Ir \=\' '4 .‘ '-“-. Q‘ ' ' ‘ rs. - ‘ , — _~ .-:1. .5. > )1 ~ .. 3 '~ ‘ j : A »; , ‘ ' “M ‘ 6' v‘ ‘ » : \ ‘ x, , ' 5 ’. 4 é‘, : '3'-< z ‘ 5 “: .'’‘ P A.‘ ‘I . _‘ I __ - .. . V . A . V. . ‘A 1;’ _ ' . (,1 \ Ix.“ .'_;:S_ ,.r_« U, . _‘_. . ‘_ ,.‘: y;' ,. ‘ ; \ . 4? 2 ,_ 1 33,.’ 3 , . _ _ ‘ _ _ 3 / . ' _ ~_,: - g‘ .. » ‘ u ~.; 6 Tobago is reached bysteamer from Port ofSpain and is occupied byasmall group ofretired British people who wish tolive inseclu- sion. It isknownasRobinson Cru avenueslsoe island because many think that Defoe had this island inmind when ofisland lies about a mile offToba- go's northeastern shore. It is the whiskedIonly place in theworld outside New Guinea where birds ofpara- ouridise live in thewild state, he wrote his book. Bird ofParadise ~ [-fineries in theBritish Empire and saw agreat sheet ofyellow flame, composed ofburning waste gas, streaming upinto the sky. The road itself hadmaa»y graceful curves which were lined with gen'- ly waving patai trees. Cocoanut trees grew almost everywhere. The yellow and the apple blossom aca- cia trees were very beautiful. Red flower pots on thefront porches and prayer flags above the hutsof Onourreturn trip from Pitch Lake, LaBrea-and San Fernando. we passed oneofthe largest oilre \The house is quietnow. Everybody's asleep—except me.Atelephone never sleeps. I'm on the jobmorning, noon and night, every dayofthe|?eek. 'Thjring the day I'mreally busy.I help with theshopping.Malfe^rrange- ments for thebridge parts'. Bring loved ofies from miles awaytovisit. AndPinalways ready for. an emer- gen6y becauseIhave close relatives who workfortike doctor, the plumber andthefireandpolice departments. \Noneofus mind the long hoursin this jobofbeingatelephone. We like our work.I t givesvis sp.many oppor- tunities toAnake life easier, more enjoyahle and safer forthe people we worker.W«jehargesolittle, too. In fact, in most homes we telephones take a smaller part of thefamily budget today' than we did tenyearsago.\ OI?*-Z) /T \ o O PEfRESHIrt£, -/WHOLESOME ECONOMICAL state, Our ship soon left Tobago behind and passing along thenortli coast mass-of Trinidad, entered theGulfof Pa ria through the Dragon's Mouth, This passage is sodangerous that large ships seldom attempt it at \\_’//)1 The Hotel Gloria commands a | fine view ofthe harbor. The mass-of ive French windows in ourroom opened into alittle balcony but,: when they were opened, itwas not necessary toleave our easy chairs' to see Sugar Loaf, themountains{ of Niterto, the palm lined avenueir.' front of thehotel and thedistant Organ Mountains. Almost at our' feet thegreat steamers from \most nf thelarge ports of thewoiid earne sailing into theharbor a; fi>\;cribed in Kipling's poem. NEW YORK TELEPHONE •COMPANY V; RBONATED BEVEPAGTS BENJAMIN'S EVERAGE Wewill notattempt todescribe \hebreath-taking ride upSugar Loaf in acable car or therideon th.-eog rrM'.road through the mys- terious tropical forests to the top •.(Corcovado where stands the _r;eatmonument ofChrist theRe- deemer. cro cro One da\ we visited the Botanicrl ' i.irden which has over 900 variol- i c ofpalrvs and one whole section devoted to trees andplants from thp Amazon district. The airvvus thick with a rich, exotic perfume and weboth saw and heard many tropical birds. We ^pent aportion ofoneotour Sundays in Rio on Copacabana Beach. Tros beautiful crescent of white sand, kissed by thesurf of. the broad Atlantic, is only oneof Rio's famous beaches. A wide, aulc- ;mobile boulevard runs back oftlie beach and this highway isborder- ed by along line oftall white ho- 'els and apartment houses. EYEEXAMINATION L. C. PATTISON OPTOMETRIST Mondays, Tuesdaysami By At $i~§~'*~. 3:» 3 : E‘é;*2x\» i§?§\w.°; ‘ ~ 2).; . * l It was with genuine regret that we were finally obliged tosail out of theharbor of ourdream city where we had found queer winding streets, date palms, royal palms. cocoanut palms andbougainvillea as well as many strange plants and trees ofthe tropics. Acityof panoramic splendor with elegant restaurants, luxurious hotels and continental cabarets. A city ofmo- saic sidewalks where great moun- tains slope abruptly down to the water's edge. Over andaboveall this, aswe now think ofRio, there lingers that inimitable rhythmof the samba. '3§§3\~.'\ £4 \ < Z3. 113:1» ' ftp _‘1V = Buy-forjustafewdotes ioi\pne1ofthe tt-L >2\§\\y '. 5%; \ th© P**°e Boy ioi\pne1ofthe tocome.Soyou you so-called \low-price t h r e V y Me t i n i :„r».,:,x fV.«r.o^ -riio+'c cur-**tn Rnifl-«r wfii1r*»nfalotmore^oower, haveinBuickthecarthat's sureto stay fresh, and npw-looking long into the future. A n d that means y o u l l be way aheadattrade-in time. ok Buickawhale*of ajotjtttore^power, room, comfort, ride*steadme|s*and solid d u r a b i l i t y - p l u s theheW-day s t y l i n g t h a t i n c l u d e d t h eabroad panoramic windshield. % 3.TO0Allowance-with6ur^reat \and growing sales and do-^shareour success the formofahigher anceonyour present* see and drive Buicktipbeautiful - a n d see f or»yourself business nieans^a fftr for you. * AUfOMOBIUS ARE BOllTBlllCK W I U BUllD ' J >v E’ .1’. The Finger ofGod Long before travelling toRio.it was our good fortune to read about a curious mountain known as the Finger ofGod. This mountainhas a height ofnearly 5000 ft. above sea level and is located about70 rniles-.fiorii Rio in a mountain rang^S|iown asthe Organ Moun- tains; < && f ^ 1 < n is-^\ m s i hi » bit* i * r I t' II J %r\T L 4' “aw “K«;<.r;g _:-r. ,3, \ V, < ,,n >3 '1‘, -, >1: Before arriving at thetownof Teresopolis where theFinger of Godislocated, itwas necessaryto drive through the city ofPetropol- is. Hereislocated the Quitandinha whiah is the largest hotel in Brazil. It isconsidered by sometobe one of the most luxurious hotels inthe world. Her* one finds aswimming poolofwarm water, alarge assenv bly hall ofnations and acomplete- ly equipped theater. Thedecora- tions are by Dorothy Draper. The drive from •Petropotis to Ter- esopolis was very beautiful. There .were innumerable hairpin curves, [bridges across deep chasms and vis- 5P66IW-S«ddit. 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