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Mountains and mountain climbing Mr.B goes crazy in the Himalaya
On the way to Teshi Lapscha. The pack weighs in at about 60-70 pounds.
Cool enough for a balaclava, warm enough to not have a coat on.
Campsite with a glacier view, and a large stone windbreak.
Another day higher up. More glaciers and moraine.
At the base of the pass – on a glacier
Back from the pass
Crossing a pass between one glacial system and the next – 1000+M down and wed reach the base of the Khumbu Glacier
A little time out to practice some Front- Pointing. or – how to go up a vertical ice pitch.
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On Top – Island Peak – 6000M
Island Peak – Imja Tse
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