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Aconcagua: Justman & Team Carry to Camp 2

Slogging and chugging away we ascended to Camp 2 in great style. I love when a team stays together every step of the way. It’s motivating and it really creates a great team atmosphere.

We arrived at Camp 2 at 18000 feet and cached more food, fuel and gear for the upper mountain. You can always tell how folks are doing by the expressions on their faces. Everyone was all smiles! And how couldn’t you be with the spectacular views of the Andes that we enjoyed today.

Now back at Camp 1 we are soaking in the sunshine and relaxing. A couple of climbing rangers stopped by and we share a round of mate and discussed weather. Katrina and I are about to start making the team quesadillas as a mid afternoon pick me up.

RMI Guide JJ Justman and Team

Comments (14)

Happy Valentine’s Day

love you

Posted by: janette on

Bob, what an amazing trip. It sounds like you and the entire team are doing great. I can’t wait to read bout e rest of your adventures. Love, Jeanette

Posted by: Jeanette McClurkin on

Keep close to Nature’s heart… and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.  John Muir

Love to all!

Posted by: Lauren on

Hey Rich,  Can’t wait to hear about the adventure!  Stay safe and we miss you:) MOM and DAD

Posted by: Mom and Dad on

Good morning Brenda, everything looks great @ 18,000 ft.  We’ll team 7 is getting closer what beautiful weather everyone must be thrilled, we’ll be checking on your progress often enjoy, love you & Miss you. Richie & Sea Jay. Xxxxxooooxx

Posted by: Richie larscheid on

Hey Jeff,
Way to go! Enjoy the view, the maté and the quesadillas.

Posted by: the still-spicy tacos on

Looks like the team is having fun at 18000 feet!  Go, Craig!

Posted by: Brad on

JEFF! Sounds like this is an easy and very relaxing hike compared to Rainier! Glad to hear you’re being fed really well. Keep up it up everyone. Oh, and in case you were wondering, I’m still loving my iPad. Besos, Elaine

Posted by: Elaine on

Glad to see yall moving Frank. Be careful and see ya soon buddy.

Posted by: Elvis on

What a beautiful pic! Rich hope you and the team are having fun…looks wonderful up there…can’t wait to hear all about it…did you bring a journal to scribble some thoughts into?
Love you, Susie

Posted by: Susie on

Sonny~ looks like you and your team are doing great there mister saunderstein!!~ I got youuu baaaabe! Glad you are havin fun and keepin safe in all that beauty! I’ve been following daily sweetie!! sending ya loads of love!

Posted by: Your sweetheart :) Cher on

So glad everyone is safe and smiles!  I miss my Frank, the Tank!  Have fun, buddy, and stay safe!  I love you and miss you a ton!!!!  <3 XXOO

Posted by: Dusty Raiborn on

Wait, did I mention how much I love these posts? @:-) really. I do! And beautiful photos- thank you!
Please receive and share the meta kindness:
May you be free from danger
May you be happy
May you be healthy
May you live with ease
Smiles and Love to you all, Mama Babs

Posted by: Barbara on

Looks incredible Ken, have a great time, can’t wait to see some photos from top.

Posted by: George on

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