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  Mallory and Irvine The Final Chapter: A wild ride....


copyrightęGeorge Dijmarescu 2004

Update 5/28/2004: A wild ride...

The ride was wilder than we could have imagined. Our focus the last couple of days have been trying to help others. Today, when our climbers were headed back with the sick climber from the other expedition and we found the ropes were cut or gone, concern was high and frankly we were real pissed off. But we made it down. Humble we came, and more humbled we leave the mountain.

There is much to discuss about our expedition. We will try to cover most of it in the next month with you. All the things that happened and what we found and learned. Many things might surprise you, as they did us... Much is still to be sorted out. We will update again next week, when we reach KTM.

We leave Everest, with His words, "So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you."

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