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Denali Expedition: Jones & Team Storm Preparation at 14K Camp

Thursday, June 14th - 4:36 pm PT We aren’t getting restless yet! We had a beautiful but gusty morning at camp that allowed us to improve our storm walls and batten down the hatches. The summit has been displaying quite the cap over it with long tails indicating the strong winds up high on top of the frigid temperatures. The forecast has finally confirmed that beginning tomorrow and through the weekend will bring heavy snow. We are going to catch the tail of a tropical surge coming off the Pacific, some words to describe it have been a cyclone or Pineapple Express. We will keep you updated on the snowfall amounts! Yesterday, we had a greeting party to welcome Mike King’s team at 14 Camp. We are glad to have some additional company as we wait out this storm. Thanks for the blog comments from our family and friends, keep them coming! RMI Guide Tyler Jones

Comments (7)

I should read my voice recognition typo’s before I send. That first line was supposed to have read:

YOU ARE ALL SO AMAZING!!!

Posted by: Liuise (again) on

You are also amazing!!
It seemed that everything was going so smoothly at first but it is these days of enduring this storm that will probably the story that gets told a lot. Too bad you can’t package the cold and bring it back with you to Las Vegas, huh Marc! We’re cheering you on from down here in the Rockies!

Posted by: Louise on

Stay warm David and team!  We’re thinking of you here… in 80 degree weather ;)

Posted by: John & Bing Team on

Keep it up, guys!

Back in San Diego, but still watching every day. Hope you get a break in the weather soon.

Bet you wish I’d left more food up there :)

Shawn

Posted by: Shawn Butler on

Hello Team Jones!
Mountain Experiences! Special Times, Great Memories!
Be Safe, Be Patient and Enjoy! Lot’s of Pic’s!!
Love, Hugs and Smiles:)
MOM

Posted by: Sharon on

At least you all are getting lots of time to acclimate?!?! Dave, I want to see a picture of some yoga on the mountain while you wait!!

The mountains in Anchorage are calling to the kids. They ask each day if we are going for a hike. Foster wants the tall peaks and Marti’s stoked to chill in the backpack. We’ll see if we can get to the top of something cool here soon. You do the same.

I think my whole office is rooting for you all…. cheers to chilling at 14k!

Love,
B

Posted by: Beth on

To Jim and Paul and all of your team.  We are following along on your adventure via this blog and enjoy reading it every day.  Hoping you get a break in the weather soon and get a chance to make it to the summit!  Stay safe and we can’t wait to hear all about it!

Posted by: Clare and Paul on

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