Good day today. It’s 8:30 and I’m ready to turn out the lights. Climbed to 13,100 feet and summitted Mount Pasochoa. Pasochoa is part of the Avenue of Volcanoes–crazy rows of mountains waiting to erupt. For most of the guys on the team, this was their first summit. Nothing like it! The views were breathtaking, the camaraderie intense and the time with God deeply meaningful. And all to raise money for children at risk. At one point we were very close to the summit (right around 13,000 feet). We were climbing a knife ridge with a steep descent on our right and a straight down drop-off of about 1,000 feet into the crater on our left. Really proud of how the guys handled a potentially hazardous challenge. Sooo, up at 6 tomorrow morning to climb to 15,500! For the children . . .
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