Everest Trek: Team “Namaste High” makes Namche!

Namaste friends, family & loved ones,

We slept well last night, many of the team reporting their best sleep yet. I suspect it was the rushing water sounds of the nearby Dudh Kosi River that lulled us into deep slumber.

An early trail start set us up for a successful yet relaxing day of treking up the valley. Carole and I gave a mini seminar on pressure breathing and pace right before we hit the big hill that leads up to Namche Bazaar. It seemed to help the team arrive sooner than expected.

And as you likely noticed we selected a name for our team,
“Namaste High”. It’s a slight play on words, “stay high”….very slight.

We gained almost 3,000 feet today so we are feeling the altitude. That said, people are doing well and will be even better after a rest day tomorrow. See you then!

All our best,

Carole & Vern Tejas

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