Team 6, The Justified and Ancients of Mu Mu make it safely back to High Camp and prepare for their descent tomorrow

Friends, family, loved ones, Stuart here from Alp 6, Justified and Ancients of Mu Mu. We found Mu Mu Land and we are now back at the 17.2 Camp, everybody is safe and well. I’m losing my voice because of all the cheerleading I did today, going Rah, Rah, Rah, so I’m just going to pass you on to some folks here that are going to say hello, here we go.

“Hi everyone, I want to wish a happy anniversary to my wife tomorrow and hi to my kids Nicholas and Gregory, love you guys, I’ll see you soon.”
“Hey everybody, had an awesome day up at summit, happy to be back at 17, see you all soon, love you lots.”
“Hey this is Larry, what an incredible day, what an incredible team, I love these guys, I love you all, here’s Mark.”
“Hi guys this is Mark, just love you guys, we just made it to the top and just wanted to say hi to the family and I love you, and say hi to Pinpoint Global for letting me come out here and do this.”

Again everyone is safe and well back at High Camp and we’re looking forward to descending down tomorrow. Bam, Bam Bam, Bam, Bam Bam, Bam, have a good night.


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