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Denali Expedition: Young & Team Rest at 11,000’ Camp

Monday, June 3, 2019 - 9:11 PM PT And on the sixth day, we rested. Boy it felt good to just stay in one place for a day. We woke up to some winds and a little bit of snow, and we were due for our annual rest day here at 11,000' Camp, so we took full advantage. There was no up and attem this morning, as we let our bodies sleep, and waited until 9am to indulge in a eggs and hashers feast. We had a little bit of sun midday, but most of the day the mountain seemed to spit snow and coat us in clouds as we practiced some climbing skills that are pivotal for the coming days. Not much else to report from a day of rest, and that’s a beautiful thing. We’re hopeful to carry tomorrow to a cache site at 13,600’, but the mountain will make the call in the morning. Until then, stay tuned. RMI Guides Robby, Nick, Joe, and Team Tasty Bite

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You need to rest, boys! Steve, thinking about you everyday; following the blog on the website-it’s great. Well, get some rest, you’ll all be climbing like a bunch of monkeys soon !
Love , Mike and Ruth

Posted by: Mike and Ruth on

We continue to pray for you Steve. We are at Omaha Beach because Pat’s dad was here 75 years ago and survived to come home.  Very emotional day for us but we are remembering you on that mountain and praying you will achieve your goal.

Posted by: Mike and Pat Lurakis on

Thinking about you and the team everyday
Enjoy your rest day
I’m sure the climb ahead get more intense
Prayers

Posted by: Mom and Dad Zabinski on

Hey Julie,

Ce coup ci, c’est pas du pipo, c’est un vrai proverbe chinois :

“Qui veut gravir une montagne commence par le bas”  !!!

On pense très fort à vous, on vous souhaite le meilleur pour la suite.

Soyez prudents ! Good job !

Posted by: Sylviane Philippon on

Bonjour, Papa! Nous t’aimons et Tu nous manques.

Posted by: Maximilien et Loïc on

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