Team Poa Eh? calls from Karanga Camp with personal “Merry Christmas” wishes for family and friends

Hey all y’all, it’s Poa Eh? coming at you Christmas Day, from Karanga, here on Kilimanjaro (13,300 feet). We are all doing fantastic.

“Merry Christmas to Jack and the family in (unintelligible) Newfoundland.”

“This is Shawna. Merry Christmas friends and family!”

“It’s Janie and Leo. Merry Christmas, Felice Navidad Melisa and Kenny! Thank you for hosting Christmas again. Sorry I owe you the bread pudding; we’ll make two next year.”

“This is Murray, sending Merry Christmas to all the family!”

“This is Ed. Merry Christmas Anita, step-sons, step-daughter-in-laws and grandkids! Have a great day!”

“Merry Christmas to the Mug family! We had cake here, so you know I am happy.”

“Merry Christmas Tina! This is Lee. I love you, miss you. Bye bye.”

“Mom, Dad… (transmission garbled).”

“Merry Christmas Roseanne, Sophie, Lorelei! Having a great time, miss you.”

“Merry Christmas…(unintelligible).”

“Eric sends a shout out to Melissa and to Mom! Love you, Merry Christmas!”

More tomorrow from High Camp.

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