Team Hot Mess summits Kilimanjaro together then concludes their adventure with a celebration in Arusha!

Hey all ya’ll, it’s Hot Mess and we are a tired mess. It’s the 28th of January about 8 o’clock; we’re at our Low Camp, Millennium. And we are happy to report that everyone, the entire team, made the summit together all at the same time today (cheers and applause in background).

We’re about to go to bed. A few folks would like to say “hello”:

“Hello Kim (transmission garbled), Audrey, and Steve (transmission garbled)… and healthy, can’t wait to talk to you guys about the climb.”

“Hey Ian, Erin, and Jared, love you guys. Ian, can’t wait to see you tomorrow. Love to all of our friends out there watching us on the cybercast.”

“Hey, Lorelei and David, we made it, all in one piece! Love you guys, looking forward to seeing you guys at home soon.”

“This is Katie, with a message for my brothers James and David. I did make it to the top, so James owes David 5 dollars now.”

We’ll give you a ring from Arusha tomorrow at our celebration dinner. Thanks for following along everybody.

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