Return of the Yetis

Hello friends, family and loved ones,

After three long days of climbing and speed trekking we hopped a flight to Kathmandu. We celebrated
with a fine steak dinner and pondered all that we had done while in the Khumbu: The whole team ascended Kala Patar enjoying a fabulous view of Mt Everest, and then everyone had lunch at Everest base camp among those rugged individuals who strive to stand on top of the world. And then some of us climbed famous Imja Tse (Island Peak). This was all accomplished while having a great time, and that’s really the best memory to take home.

Thanks for following our progress. Caio for now!

All our best,
Vern and Carole Tejas

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