Relaxing at camp 2!

Hello Everyone,

We just made it to camp 2, healthy and in good spirits. Kat, Mags, and Mike are getting moved into tents while also getting some hot drinks prepared by our Sherpa’s. it’s been a little cloudy today with some snow showers but overall a nice day to climb. We are watching the weather and forecasts and going to make a decision tonight as to when we may try for the summit. Most models and weather forecasts are showing possible heavy precipitation starting on the 26th or 27th. I’ll let you know of the decision we make but for now we are happy to be at camp 2 and feeling good!

Ben

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