Getting to the point
In your face, short on resources -- the Bunker Hill Monument, like the 1775 battle it recalls, has a history of hanging tough. Now crews are scaling its heights to keep it from crumbling.
At 200 feet above the city, with briny winds howling off the harbor, Russ Burtt crawls out a small window and plops on a thin plank of plywood -- outside the granite pyramid atop the Bunker Hill Monument. (Full article: 1202 words)
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