Alp 6/TJaAoMM raring to get higher as they wait for clearer weather to move up to High Camp

Friends, family, loved ones, Stuart here from The Justified & Ancients of Mu Mu/Alp 6 at the 14,200 Camp with Nick, that’s getting ready for bed this evening. Looks like our last cybercast did not go through for some reason.

Just to keep you informed, everything’s well here. We’re just in a holding pattern with the weather and have had a little bit of low pressure with some winds. So hopefully we’re looking at moving up to the High Camp tomorrow.

Everybody’s doing just great, raring to go, Nick and I have to pull back the reins a little bit just… (transmission cuts out).


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