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I called my son on the radio and, as usual, he hadn’t turned it on. Normally, we only squeal the radios if we have something down and can use a little help, so we turn on and listen for a few minutes if we hear a distant shot—in this howl you wouldn’t hear a shot unless it was upwind. I knew he wouldn’t turn the radio on until he was convinced he was in trouble…and it wasn’t long before he realized he was.
After a few anxious minutes in camp, warming the coffee, the radio crackled.
“Where are you?” I snapped, a little anxiously.
“Good question,” he answered, still laughing, but there was an edge to his tone. “I may be as far as a mile from where we parted, but I can’t see five feet, much less a landmark.”
“Is it as bad there as it is back here at camp?” I wasn’t rubbing it in, even though it sounded that way.
“I don’t know how bad it is there, but it’s a white-out here, blowing horizontal, and I don’t have the slightest idea—“
“Okay, you’re dressed for it and I know you’ve got matches. Don’t move far as all you’ll do is get more screwed up.” He was within radio range, but it might as well have been a hundred miles in this deluge of white and cold.Read more
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