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Mt. McKinley: Knoff and Team Move to 11,000’

Today presented our team with it’s first real challenge.  Early this morning mother nature decide that leaving the weather window wide open was making things a bit to easy for us.  She knew we had plans to move to 11,000 feet so early this morning the wind started blowing, the temps dropped and the world resembled the inside of a ping pong ball.  For a while we were actually debating staying put.  That thought lasted as long as a Luke warm cup of coffee and two hours later we were all heading toward camp 3.  Despite the weather this team performed like a well oiled machine.  We arrived at 11,000 feet in great style and pounded out a great camp.  I am most impressed by everyone’s strength and charisma. 

Talk to you all tomorrow.
RMI Guide Adam Knoff


Comments (9)

Hi Michael R,
Any good X-C skiing up there? If u see any good scarfs pick one up for me-hee hee!
We know u will do well ~ enjoy the experience & have fun!
Lv, Diana & Brian

Posted by: D and B on

Hey!  One picture of my hubby is not enough for me to make it through!  I just need to see Tims face and I’ll know how he’s doing.  Pleeeeease! : )
Appreciate any news you can send, stories.  Good job on the blog…just want more.  You write very well!

Be safe and be smart!
Deb McLaughlin

Posted by: Deb McLaughlin on

Michael!  Its fun to watch you all on the computer! All my neighbors loved the pictures!  “O”  that’s a hug for you until next time!  xoxo Mom

Posted by: Mom on

Sorry Dude,
Kurt Busch came in third. Richies pick didn’t win either.

Posted by: abomidable on

Hey Mike,

Glad to hear you are all doing well and making good progress.  Stay stong and healthy and enjoy!  Looks way to cold for us!!!!  Love you, Dad & Lynne

Posted by: Dad & Lynne on

    Hi Michael R.
    Auntie says to look for her scarf the wind could
    have blown it up there. !!
    Bob B., from N,hampshire following
        your trip reads every report.He says Hi.
    TBO, Take care & be safe. God Bless you all.
          Nannie

 

Posted by: Barbara B. on

Hi Mike R, Sounds like you had a tough day. I hope you all get some rest and enjoy a couple cups of coffee. Keep going, be strong and careful. Love ya Donna

Posted by: Donna Auger on

Puppa!  Its too hot here and we are thinking of you and the group all the time! Everyone says WooHoo!!! Keepagoin’! :-)  xoxo!

Posted by: Hannah on

Hi Chris! Here with the Venice crew on woods’ deck watching the sun go down. We’re all thinking of you.  Keep the updates coming. And ignore that message from Oliver and Leo- they’re doing great. Everyone here is enjoying the opportunity to post on the blog. Love, Nickie

Posted by: Sunday night BBQ. on

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