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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

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BATTERED BY STRONG WINDS AND STUCK AT CIV FOOD AND FUEL A CONCERN BUT SPIRITS HIGH FORTITUDINE VINCINIMUS!

17 comments:

  1. Jamie,
    I'm glad you're being safe and waiting for the best weather possible. Victory awaits you all. I want a hello from you at the top. I'm keeping you all in my prayers. Love you, MOM

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  2. James,
    I love you, love you, love you, little bro. I'm soo...totally proud of you. Hang in there, your moment in time will come. God is just making you wait a little bit longer so that you remember it is in his control, not yours. Calmer winds will prevail. KEEP safe, have fun and stay warm. Do something memorable at the top! Guess who? Your ONLY sis, Jan

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  3. Win ga po!!! Love, Karissa

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  4. Sending love, strength, warmth, & soccer news. US v Mexico in the Gold Cup Final on Sat. Should be good, but not nearly as awesome as your climb & safe return. Take care of one another and enjoy the ride. Jimmy...Completely.

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  5. Uncle Mike-"I don't want it to be windy". "Can uncle mike come to my home?" -Hazza

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  6. Keep smiling & keep warm - there must be worse places to be (behind a desk in work!). Best wishes to you all. Penny

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  7. Watching, waiting, and praying for a safe ascent to the top. Don't let wind, cold, and sleeping bag fatigue damper your spirits. The mountian will reward those that are patient. Ranger 7.

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  8. Lee- Back from our break, so following you again. Sorry you're having weather problems. Hope it clears soon. Take care. Lots of love Mum, Dad and Glenn xxx

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  9. Ryan and Jimmy, I'm thinking about you guys! Keep pushing!! Come home safe.

    Glen

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  10. Hi Ryan, I have a special request. A very dear friend of mine, John Kelley, is fighting the battle of his life with Lymphoma. He has just received some bad news. John is catholic and very religious. He also loves Alaska. He has a cabin in the wilderness somewhere up there and spends two months there every summer, but not this year. Could some of your team, whoever is religious--maybe James, say a special prayer on the mountain for John? It would mean the world to him. Meanwhile, you guys stay safe and in good spirits. You've already accomplished a great feat and experienced a marvelous adventure and you are NOT done yet. Love Marti

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  11. Impressive team work guys to be able to deal with the bad weather as you have so keep it up for the final bit. We are all watching and waiting for news of kinder weather and hope it will be soon. Keep safe and well love from Mum Dad and Hel.

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  12. G'day Dave, "rooting (barracking) for you guys" Hope the winds subside and you can carry on with trek to top.
    Your mate from Seattle, bro in law and Sis

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  13. Got your voice-mail, James. Great job, sweetie! Now just make it home safely! Miss you so much. Love - your biggest fan.

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  14. Jimmy, glad to hear you're being safe & staying warm......I think. Paula just updated me. I'm so impressed with your determination & success in all you do. Enjoy the rest of the trip....its all down hill from here, in a good way :o). Lynne

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  15. Ryan, Congratulations! You did it! We all have been on pins and needles here, waiting for the wonderful news and it has gone viral. I think the whole world knows by now of your successful adventure. You are one of a very select group of mighty men and women. We are all so proud of you and can't wait to hear all your stories about the trip. Love, Marti

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  16. Congrats Jimmy,so glad for you and the rest of the team.I sent you an e-mail, so now you have Momma P's. Looking forward to hearing all about your fantastic climb. Enjoy the walk down.....

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  17. Goodonya Mate! have a safe trip down, give us a ring here in Seattle if u get a chance. V Bro and Sis

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