dynamokiev98 wrote:It seems as if there are a lot of people on Everest who don't care about the risk of dieing anymore due to having a disease of some sort, being old, or other reasons which makes them not really care about risks..what do you guys think, did anyone notice that too?
MikeTX wrote:hey, that's pretty cool. is that the lady that we saw on baldy and took a picture of? i had no idea she was sick. that's truly inspiring!
hey, did our german friend go to basecamp yet?
Winds up high are still quite strong, but all models show that they should lessen over the next 12-24 hours. It looks like they will have a decent summit window that will still be gusty, but manageable. There are a lot of people moving up the mountain, and there is a lot of politicking and negotiating about who will start up for the summit at which time.
The plan is that our team will move up to the South Col in about 7 hours and spend the day resting as best one can at 7,906 m (25,938 ft). They will then set out for the summit in the middle of the night.
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