Team Fantasma heads toward Pico De Orizaba

Hey everyone this is Connor with Team Fantasma. The team is all tucked into bed for tonight and we’re near the base of our next objective Pico De Orizaba. We had a great day today went and visited the Museum of architecture in Puebla and then loaded up our vans with all our gear, drove out to this lodge, picked up some more supplies and now we’re staying in the lodge tonight. Tomorrow morning we’re getting up early jumping in a 4 x 4 Jeep and driving to the base of our mountain. So we’ll keep you updated on how that goes thanks for following along!

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