Up we go to Thuli Kharka

Namaste friends, family and loved ones

Saying goodbye to Mera is not easy but it’s time.

We passed over the lovely Sanu Khola on our way out of beautiful Khote. Our route over the ridge requires we first descend through the devastation 23 years ago when the Hinku valley flash flooded.

We turned west into forest of Balsam and Bamboo and began our ascent. We were excited to climb through giant rhododendron, still acclimated from Mera. Thoughts of Lukla on our mind we kept our steady pace until we made Thuli Kharka 4200m our home for the night. Team is in good spirits enjoying the extra oxygen and we are thinking about you.

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Carole and Vern Tejas

 

 

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