The pass - Reverend Reuben Tinker, 1831
The pass was almost too fearful to be enjoyed. I suffered from the apprehension lest I should fall from the rocky steep. I took off my shoes and by setting my feet in the crevices of the rock, I worked myself along, assisted by a native, who saw nothing to wonder at but my awkwardness and fear on passing this grand highway.
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