Team 5, The Others enjoy “Thanksgiving” dinner at Camp 3 after a rest day

Hello this is Matthew Nightengale, calling on behalf of Aconcagua Team 5, also known as The Others.

Today we had a rest day at our Camp 3 and had a very good dinner, “thanksgiving” dinner of mashed potatoes, stuffing, and turkey gravy, it was quite delicious. Thanks to Victor for bringing those things down from the states.

Tomorrow we’ll be moving to our Camp 4, Piedra Negras, and getting ready for our summit attempt the next day. We’re really excited that the forecast is looking good and seems like things should be on schedule, so stay tuned.

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