The Brown & Hedges Team get their first view of Everest summit with pastries at Tengboche on a beautiful day

Hi, this is Garrett Madison checking in for the Private Everest Base Camp Trek (Hedges & Brown).

And today is Saturday, October 19th and today we hiked from Khumjung to Deboche. We had a beautiful hike today, stopped in the Tengboche Monastery and also in the Tengboche bakery for some lunch and some pastries. Now we’re in Deboche tonight, lovely evening and heading up to Dingboche tomorrow.

We actually got our first view of Mount Everest today, we were able to see the summit of Everest and Lhotse from Tengboche.

So everyone’s doing well and we look forward to our next day on the trail. Talk to you soon.

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