Team 10/Mo Better pulled into 11,200 feet enjoying life with good snow and sun

Hello there friends, family, and loved, ones, this is Team Mo Better, that’s Alpine Ascents 10 calling in from our Camp 2 (at 9,500 feet). Everybody is doing well, they’re still asleep.

Yesterday we had a great day, pulling our gear up to Camp 3 at 11,200 feet. The snow has been good, the sun has been good. However things are starting to change, we are getting some high clouds.

But everybody is still getting lots of sleep (most of them) and enjoying life. So thanks for checking in on us, we’re doing fine and we’ll talk to you tomorrow, ciao ciao for now.

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