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On Monday, fire crews got bad news: The wind had shifted and gusts were driving the fire down the mountainside toward the lake’s shores.
On this mountainside, even with so much pain and deprivation all around, Diana Aponte and the crews restoring power are one example of Puerto Rico rising.
Eleven switchbacks were cut into the sheer mountainside, and my little white rental car shuddered up the narrow passes.
From afar, these rows of tiny, dilapidated homes look like an orange staircase running up the mountainside.
At one point, amid a documentary sequence on the harsh conditions faced by prospectors, footage from Charlie Chaplin's The Gold Rush (1925) shows the Tramp hopping onto a snowdrift and sliding down a mountainside, the reality and the dream merging.
Rather than utilizing traditional friction brakes, the E-Dumper will be coasting down the mountainside under the control of regenerative braking, one of the key components of most electric vehicles.
Ambient Scent: Evergreen wafts, beer burps, mountainside grit.
Despite his age, Kennedy had scraped up enough mountainsides to understand his chosen lifestyle was a tricky balancing act between daredevil risk and safe respect for the threats and challenges of the natural world.
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