"from to build a fire" and then it happened. at a place where there were no signs, where the soft, unbroken snow seemed to advertise solidity beneath, the man broke through. it was not deep. he wetted himself half-way to the knees before he floundered out the firm crust. he was angry, and cursed his luck aloud. he had hoped to get into camp with the boys at six o'clock, and this would delay him an hour, for he would have to build a fire and dry out his foot-gear?
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