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Thule was overcast, with temperatures at just about 0 degrees Celcius. The flat-topped mountain is called "Dundas." It's only about 500 feet high, although it appears to be much taller from Thule, which is only a few kilometers away. The sign is a commonly found item in remote areas of the world: "How far is it to...?" It's 2961 miles to Los Angeles where Mike was born.

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