Team 6/TJaAoMM enjoys a burger dinner then calls from 14 Camp with personal messages for loved ones at home

Well it looks like that was unsuccessful with the personal messages so problem again.

So Amy, Guy, Ewan, Daddy loves you, hope you’re having a good time. Looking forward to seeing your orchestra performance Kye and some pro do doogie rev, doogie doogie minor, have a good night.

“Hey this is Nick. I’d just like to say hi to my mom, my dad, my sister, my girlfriend, and my friends back in Bend. Alright here’s Vito.”

“Hi. Just wanted to say feeling good up at 14,000 Camp. Look forward to going up the mountain. Love you Mom.”

“Hey, this is Larry. Love my family; you guys are awesome, thanks for your support. And thanks to the Relay For Life team members that are checking in as well, appreciate your support. Hey I hope new battery’s working well. Love you all, bye.”

“Hi, this is Chris. Hello to Elizabeth, Gregory, Nicholas. Love you guys, doing well. And look forward to seeing you in the not-to-distant future.”

(transmission garbled)

“Hi, this is Mark. I just want to say hi to Beau, Mom, Dad, and Karen, Sam, and Brandon. Just want to say I love you guys and I’m doing good up here.”

Well hopefully all that went through and we weren’t speaking to cyberspace for some aliens in the future to pick up on. Everybody’s doing great here. Burger dinner this evening. And moving on up to put a cache in at the top of the fixed lines tomorrow. Thanks for checking in folks. Have a good night. The Justified & Ancients of Mu Mu. Bye.

Photo: Brien Sheedy
Photo: Brien Sheedy

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