Hello there friends, family, and loved, ones, this is Team Mo Better, that’s Alpine Ascents 10 calling in from our Camp 2 (at 9,500 feet). Everybody is doing well, they’re still asleep.
Yesterday we had a great day, pulling our gear up to Camp 3 at 11,200 feet. The snow has been good, the sun has been good. However things are starting to change, we are getting some high clouds.
But everybody is still getting lots of sleep (most of them) and enjoying life. So thanks for checking in on us, we’re doing fine and we’ll talk to you tomorrow, ciao ciao for now.
Hey everyone, this is Sarah from Alp 11 (The Meat Grinders) and I am calling from 9,800 feet. And we are here gearing up and getting ready to move up to 11. But we had another incredibly beautiful day yesterday. We got up at the crack of dawn, and moved up to right next to Vern and Emilie, and their team. We’ve got a great view.
We had a really nice move; it only took us a couple of hours. We got installed and we spent the afternoon relaxing, reading books, taking naps and then had a group dinner of pasta with pesto chicken.
And after dinner we told a whole lot of jokes, and we did a lot of laughing, it was a whole lot of fun. Everyone is doing great, feeling strong and enjoying the beautiful weather and we are headed to 11 Camp and we will call you from there. All is well, bye.
Hey everyone, this is Alpine Ascents Team 9 calling in, The Denali Ballers. Today we had a pretty relaxful day, restful day. We did our back carry down to (transmission breaks) pick up our cache there, (transmission breaks) and did some fixed line ascension practice to get ready for tomorrow, hopefully we will be able to (transmission breaks) to cache some food and gear somewhere above there.
We enjoyed another brilliant day, very warm, t-shirt type weather up here at 14 Camp, participated in an altitude medicine research project put on by Stanford University and had a good time up here, kind of relaxing today. So we’ll give you all a call tomorrow, bye.
Hey everyone this is Sarah calling from Alp 11/The Meat Grinders, and I’m calling from 7,800. It is the crack of dawn, I apologize for not calling earlier, we fell asleep before we did the cybercast.
Anyway, we had a gorgeous day yesterday, we carried up to about 10,000 feet, and we had absolutely amazing views; everyone looked super strong, and we really enjoyed the early morning carry.
And then we chilled out all afternoon and had an early dinner and went to bed, it’s now about 3:30 in the morning and we’re getting ready to roll out and head up to 9,500.
So all is well, everyone is in high spirits, we’re doing great, and we’ll talk to you soon, bye.