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Denali Custom Expedition: Hahn & Team Remain at 14,000’ Camp

Wednesday, July 3, 2019 - 10:22 PM PT

Yet another snowy, cloudy morning at 14,000’ Camp.  There was less wind today though, so it was easier to be outside.  It wasn’t a day for moving up or down the mountain -everybody stayed put.  We found diversions, like remodeling the walls of our bathroom and kitchen and generally just digging holes in the snow.  There was a brief clearing around noon, but then things clouded up again and the wind appeared to ramp up on the South Peak. We did a mid-afternoon quesadilla session and then logged a little tent time.  In the evening we attended a barbecue.  The final National Park Service ranger patrol of the season is tasked with packing up the NPS camp at 14K and they decided they had too much meat.  Not wanting it to go to waste, they invited all the remaining teams on the mountain to come over to socialize and get a cheeseburger, which we did.  There were about fifty of us standing out in the snow, comparing home towns and countries and climbing goals.  Up at 17,000 there may be another 25 climbers waiting for a weather break, but they are sadly out of cheeseburger range. 
Believe it or not, we STILL like the forecast.  We’ll get moving again tomorrow or the next day. 

Best Regards
RMI Guide Dave Hahn

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Love you and miss you Tym!! Hang in there.

Posted by: Kristen on

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