Alp 8, to be known as Booyahkasha cached up at 9600 feet and returned to rest with a little snow throughout the day

Hey, good afternoon friends and family following Alp Team 8. Today we decided on a name and now we are going to be known as Team Booyahkasha (Have fun spelling that one!).

Today was a very productive day; we got a cache in at 9600 feet. Team moved really well, about seven hours round trip, back down here at Camp 1. Folks are in their tents resting.

A little bit of new snow about six inches coming throughout the evening and throughout the day. Actually really nice temperatures for moving, beats the heat that we had just a few days ago.

Team’s looking to get up to Camp 11 tomorrow, starting to get high on the mountain. Maybe we can get out of these clouds and go have some views. Check back in and we’ll give you another call tomorrow.

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