Team Happy, Climbing Clowns summits Aconcagua, thrilled to make it to the highest point in South America!

Hey there friends, family, and loved ones, this is the Happy, Climbing Clowns reporting in from the highest point in South America. Yes! We made it! We’re on top, it’s a beautiful day! Everybody is excited and happy to be here! We can look for millions of miles in all directions. We wish you were here as well, it’s a wonderful place. And we’re so excited.

We made it here, it’s a little bit after 3 in the afternoon; we got a long way to go before we sleep. But we wanted to share this magic moment with you guys. Thank you for all your support and love. We feel it up here on top of South America! Ta ta for now!

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