Pied Climbers head down

Namaste friends, family and loved ones.
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Twelve hours of sleep was the reward for our summit push. Every one is enjoying the increase of oxygen. Our appetites have returned and we devoured breakfast with vengeance. On the trail away from the mountain we kept turning to admire Imja Tse, the mountain of our dreams.
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We witnessed a vicious yak fight on the way down. Their normal docile nature was shattered in a clash of horns and flying dust.
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Our strength is returning as we descend so we made good time to Pangboche where we look forward to a restful night.

Sweet Dreams,
Vern Tejas

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