Mount Peleé

By Ian McKowen and Cody Sutherland

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Mount Peleé is a volcano at the northern edge of martinique, an island and french overseas department in the Lesser Antilles island arc of the Caribbean. Its volcanic cone is composed of stratified layers of hardened ash and solidified lava.
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My name is Bob I was on a vacation at Martinique (a island in the Caribbean) when a tremor when through the ground. I watched a tree fall and then a large crack started spreading in the ground, I am a reasonable smart Man so I decided the best thing to do in the situation was to jump in the volcano. I had to climb 4,583 feet before I reached the top where I screamed “they should have played sweet victory at half time!” Before jumping into the volcano.