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July 01, 2009

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Alan Arnette

Nice Jake. Well sadi.

Gail

Beautiful sentiments Jake.

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DSD

So well said Jake...
Being able to live among both worlds is a real challenge at times...
You are so very lucky to have a partner who shares in your dreams.
DSD

Jake Norton

Thanks, DSD (and everyone else). I am very lucky - I sometimes don't know how Wende puts up with my exploits, but I count my blessings!

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tacfit

Each climber has a different opinion about what is the most difficult part of climbing Everest. Most would agree, though, that the altitude is tough to deal with. And most will also have stories about crossing the infamous Khumbu Icefall going from Base Camp to Camp One. Mountaineers climb through this moving sea of ice using ordinary aluminum garden ladders.

tacfit

Each climber has a different opinion about what is the most difficult part of climbing Everest. Most would agree, though, that the altitude is tough to deal with

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