Tenzing and Everest
Tenzing's Story of Scaling Everest Sherpa Tells of His Family and Earlier Expeditions, Emotions on Reaching Top.of Highest Mountain r 1 -All -All J'hntwrauhtt Cuoyriilit. 195,, tw Ttm . Inr. SIR EDMUND HILLARY, LEFT, AND TENZING GRIN WITH DELIGHT DURING A PAUSE ON THE TRIP DOWN FROM THEIR CONQUEST OF MT. EVEREST. By Tenzing This is the last of four articles articles written by the two daring daring conquerors of Mt. Everest Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzinr. the Sherpa porter. Sir Edmund rave his account In the first three articles. Tenzing's own account, as told in bis broken English, follows. EVEREST place my home. My people name Everest "Chomolungma." "Chomolungma." That mean mountain birds cannot fly over. I think good name, don't you? Sometimes 1 climb ridge above Nanpa La (a 19,000-foot 19,000-foot 19,000-foot pass near Tenzing's home village of Thami) for better view Chomolungma. Then I sit think what lamas at Thyangboche (the '' ? r l 'S.V rr. 1 (N WU U; 1 ri L ml TENZING WITH HIS MOTHER AFTER HIS RETURN FROM EVEREST.