In January of 1982, Joe Lentini was woken up in the middle of the night by a phone call. Two young climbers were stranded on Mount Washington in dangerous weather conditions. He and his team gathered at 5 a.m. to find and save them. "It was very cold, probably 20, 25 below," Lentini remembers. "Winds were blowing pretty hard up on top. And visibility was going down. You'd hold your hand out and you wouldn't see your hand." The team retreated, but returned the following morning. Volunteers...
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