June 4 Team: Stormy Day at 14 Camp

A large moisture system is sitting on the Alaska range, preventing teams from ascending/descending and from flying in to the range. When storms like this one move in, teams hunker down and try to practice one of the hardest skills in mountaineering—–patience. The weather will improve, but it’s difficult knowing that the timing is indeterminate and teams have a finite amount of supplies.

The team is eating well, getting lots of rest, and having fun playing cards. Here’s Lead Guide Brian with today’s report:

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1 Comment

  1. Glad you’ve got Wilson Nath. He’s good company. Understands everything. Thinking of you and the rest of the team. Putting out all the goodprayers and wishes for some good weather. Take care one and all x 🙏☀️🙏☀️

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