50 Years Later, Hikers Meet Man Who Saved Their Life
GORHAM, NH - JUNE 1: Fifty years ago at the summit of Mount Washington, Gerry Wright, left, and Harold Addison, right, were helped by Guy Gosselin, not pictured. Wright and Addison were climbing Mount Washington when the weather turned with cold temperatures and high winds. Gosselin, who was working at the weather observatory at the summit gave the men food and shelter, and drew them a map of the safest way down. The men were back on top of Mount Washington for a reunion. (Photo by Jonathan Wiggs/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
01 Jun 2013
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