In coloring a geographical map, it is customary to give different colors to any two countries that have common boundaries. It has been found empirically that any map, no matter how many countries it contains, nor how they are situated, can be so colored by using only four different colors. It is easy to see that three will not suffice.
- Doctor Zukerman
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14,410-foot Mount Rainier broods in a domain
far above the Cascades’ lesser peaks.
Columbia Crest, the summit, has a cloud
licking it. 14,158-foot Point Success is left of
Columbia Crest. The Nisqually Icefall is the
shadowed ice jumble in the center. 11,138-foot
Little Tahoma is the rocky peak on the far
The Emmons Glacier is the smooth slope on
the right. The sub summit on the right is
14,112-foot Liberty Cap.
|All photos by Gerry Roach|
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