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Reader photo of the week: Perpetually treading snow on Mount Adams

Going to great heights: Tom Rigles treks along the south flank of Mount Adams on June 11. Rigles has been on skis, on snow, at least once a month for 175 consecutive months – for more than 14 years. (Bob Drzymkowski)
Going to great heights: Tom Rigles treks along the south flank of Mount Adams on June 11. Rigles has been on skis, on snow, at least once a month for 175 consecutive months – for more than 14 years. (Bob Drzymkowski)

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