When I think of “K2” — I think of snow and a 1983 Broadway show:
In the play K2, which opened at the Brooks Atkinson Theater in New York in late March, two men are trapped on a tiny shelf of ice 27,000 feet up on K2, the second-highest mountain in the world. They’re in desperate straits. One man has a severely injured leg and the other has lost a vitally important length of climbing rope. They face an impossible task in getting themselves down off the mountain.
My, how times have changed! Today, K2 still deals with a mountaintop — but only in the molehill of your mind.