Hakuna Mipaka giggling at Karanga Camp before bed after another great day

Hey folks its Hakuna Mipaka here at Karanga Camp, Day 4, the 3rd of January. Lots of giggling here at the dinner table.

(transmission garbled)… in the rain, however we got into camp early enough to (transmission garbled).

“Hello Mom, this is Bill I just want you to know that Art and I are doing fine, it’s a wonderful adventure, we’re seeing beautiful sights, we’re feeling good and everything is going just fine, just want to make sure you know that, everything is all good, take care.

“Hey Sandy, we talked earlier, love you, miss you, can’t wait to see you. Artie great job in New Orleans, love you and Thelma, family and friends in Louisville, we’re having an amazing adventure, can’t wait to give you all the details, goodnight.”

“Hi mom, it’s your little pumpkin, we just finished with Day 4, and we fought through wind and hail (transmission breaks) to get here, but everyone is feeling good, Art is doing great and look forward to seeing you guys on Sunday, love you.”

Thanks for following along everybody, we’ll give you a shout tomorrow from High Camp.

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