Oh... that is nothing.
Nancy and I jumped the Continental Divide, the Atlantic Ocean drainage and Pacific Ocean drainage faster than either of you could swim these headwaters.
Nancy was holding the walking stick in the event we would have to swim higher than the 12,126 feet to higher ground. You know... science can be tricky at elevations like this. Also... memory, etc. This was in the middle of JUNE in Colorado.
We tossed snowballs from the Pacific side to the Atlantic side and probably caused the Atlantic tides to increase, eroding the sandy beaches on the coast.
We saved Dave and Dixie of Oregon, although excellent swimmers, who had the misfortune being unsuspecting victims of this environmental calamity of the World of snowball redistribution.
Beat that... even Mark Twain's frog could not jump this one.