The team reported after carrying loads up and around “Windy Corner,” to about 13,500′.
It is wonderful to hear your voice!! You just made my day a very happy one. We have been watching the Mountain Trip reports–checking throughout the day. I hope the weather is getting better — stay warm and eat lots of goodies. I know that you are working hard to accomplish your goals together as a team You are all amazing! Today is a quiet Sunday here in Plymouth. On Monday I plan to attend the Memorial Day Parade. Thinking of you ALWAYS!
Lots of love, Grandma
Godt å høre hvordan du har det, mamma ! Savner deg masse. Lykke til videre
hallo,martin, its challenging, isn’t it?
the harder it is theprouder you wii be once back! we wish all of you thatthe wheatherwillhave a turn. good climbing. momanddad.
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