Or as my son called it when a toddler, “nose holes”.
Based on Journals of various such trips. Book called Near Death in the Arctic….
O’course their bacon was saved a couple times by running into an errant seal …blubber, to burn to melt snow for water or to make soup.
1912, 1st made it to the South Pole. Source. Near death in the Arctic. Two groups tried it.
Boys, stack your kayaks up in a circle like a teepee, batten down your tent over all of it, duck inside, share a chaw of pemmikan, and wait it out. —This worked in 1912, should still be good if you can get some sleep in all the wind.
More like soda plus 10 minutes if you’re talking the vintage or more mature rodent crowd.
They took out all the chairs in the food court, even tho over half the tables were already taped off for months. Age 60 and over cannot enter the mall at all, essential needs or not. Pigeons any age have free roam of the place, from open roof area. Hey, what about parachuting in? Some guards are older than us over 60. Birds and old guards….see what you mean, Verne, a sanctuary.
Funny and clever comment.
Love this. An overkill kill switch, agreed to by no less than RJ. Partially.