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Denali Expedition: Young & Team Rest and Enjoy Views from Edge of of the World

Monday, June 10, 2019 - 9:38 PM PT

On the thirteenth day, Team ‘No Leftovers’ rested. And boy did we enjoy it. It was another beautiful day here at 14,000’ Camp. We’ve been in a cycle of morning sun and afternoon clouds for the last few days, so we planned accordingly. We woke in the shade for some early morning coffee, and then made our way to the Edge of the World for some unbelievable morning views of the Alaska Range. This perch is located at the edge of Genet Basin and looks down approximately 6,000’ below onto the Kahiltna Glacier. We followed that up with a big brunch of eggs and hash brown burritos that stretched us until 1pm. Naps and packing took the rest of our day before another delicious veggie curry dinner. Needless to say, no leftovers were had. This team is now batting 1.000 when it comes to finishing every bit of every meal. A truly impressive feat on any expedition. We’re tucked in now, turning all that food into fuel, ready for a move to 17,200’, if the mother mountain Denali allows, of course. We’ll let you know. Wish us luck and good weather vibes!

RMI Guides Robby, Nick, Joe and Team ‘No Leftovers’

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Comments (6)

Sounds like a gourmet food trip
So far so good
Hope this continues
Prayers and good wishes for all
Steve we will make eggplant parmigiana when u get home
On our way to Graces bday party
Can’t wait until you get home

Posted by: John Zabinski on

Woohoo!  Good luck!  God speed! Good vibes!  And all that jazz!  Safe travels to 17!

Posted by: Annie Kawasaki on

Hi Andrew! I am here in Fairbanks living vicariously through you!!! I’m so excited. Be smart. Be safe.
Janet LaRue Romig

Posted by: Janet LaRue Romig on

Hi Pa! We love and miss you. Mom is taking good care of us. We can’t wait until you’re home!

Posted by: Maximilien and Loïc on

Y’all will make it to 17 today, if not already there.

Posted by: Susan Moore on

Hey, we are very anxious for you !!! What w’ll be the menu at 17.200 ???? Good luck at the team ! Be safe

Posted by: Sylviane Philippon on

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