Team Mambo Number Tano summits then heads down to Milennium Camp for some celebration cake before crashing hard!

Hey ya’ll, it’s Houdini and Mambo Number Tano. It’s the 16th of July and we are all down at our low camp, Millennium. We are TIRED, but doing well. Everybody summited this morning!

A few folks would like to say “hello”:

“Hi, this is Kish. Made it to the top; it was awesome and it was cold, but it was well worth it.”

“Hey, it’s Andrea. I just wanted to say ‘hello’ to all my friends and family back home and hope you’re well. It was a great day today and good to be down.”

“Hey, it’s Heather, ust saying ‘hello’ to the parents, and Abigail, and David, and Amy, and Jake. I made it to the summit, so did Nick. And we’re very tired, but totally worth it.”

We’re going to chow some dinner, a little summit cake, and crash hard. Tomorrow we’ll walk down to the Mweke Gate and make our way back to Arusha for a celebration dinner.

Thanks for following along everybody.

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