Team 8/Booyahkahshaw stoked to be feeling happy and strong after their move up to 14 Camp

Good evening friends and family following Team 8/Booyahkahshaw.

Today we moved from 11,200 to 14,200/Camp 3. Everyone’s really stoked to be up here, beautiful evening, low clouds, sunshine up high, fairly warm; yup, pretty happy, feeling strong.

There’s the potential that we might cache tomorrow up high and/or take a break depending on how people feel by then.

There may be a little weather system that’s coming in tomorrow night, but we’ll let you know tomorrow so check back in.

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