Mt. Rainier: Expedition Skills Seminar - Kautz

Posted by: Solveig Waterfall, Seth Waterfall, Mike Uchal | June 07, 2012
Categories: *Expedition Dispatches *Mount Rainier
Elevation: 9,200'

Seth here, checking in from inside my tent.  We’re currently dug in at 9,200 feet at a spot we call “The Castle.”  We’ve had a rough spell of weather on this trip with mostly white out conditions but the group is still having a good time.  Yesterday we had good weather for a bit while we climbed up to our camp but over night a big storm came in and now we are just waiting it out in the safety of camp.

Tomorrow we will make our way back to civilization.

Team Waiting it out at The Castle. Photo Seth Waterfall



Way to Go John, We are sooo proud…hope you didn’t loose your hat in those white outs!  It’s 84 and sunny here in’re next stomping ground..can’t wait to see you and hear all about it.  Love you partner. Dr. Missy

Posted by: Melissa Patton on 6/9/2012 at 4:14 am

Hey Mr. Boicourt get tot he top already Rif meeting starts in an hour, plus George misses you!

By the looks of that weather you should have listened to me and done the Robert Trent Jone golf trail. we would be on about Bottle 10 of Goose and Juice…

great job and see ya soon…

Posted by: Chris Colangelo on 6/8/2012 at 5:13 am

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