Denali Expedition: Young & Team Cache Gear, Prepare to Move to 11,000 ft Camp
Friday, May 31, 2019 - 9:41 PM PT
What a great day it’s been! We were optimistic when our alarms went off at 4 am that very little snow slid off the top of our tent. The snowfall forecasts under produced and we were up and attem and out of Camp by 6:30 am getting a carry and cache in at the 10,000’ corner. Light snow and clouds kept us cool and happy all day, and despite the lack of views, we were treated to some amazing light on the surrounding glaciers off and on all day. We made it back to camp in time for some afternoon naps and finished our day with a Nick Scott Quesadilla Fiesta for the ages. Gourmet salsas, perfectly hydrated beans, and chicken pepper combos were the rage. Seconds were in high demand. Good conversations were had and then it was time to hit the hay for what looks to be a good day to move camp to 11,000’ tomorrow.
Until then, have a great night and we’ll let you know how it goes tomorrow.
RMI Guides Robby, Nick, Joe and Team Quesadilla Fiesta