The weather with the team is poor but okay for the acclimatise phase, while in the UK, we are all being treated to a heat wave!
Wishing the team a good rest after a few days climbing. Apologies for the lack of photos!
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|It may be the face I can't forget, the trace of pleasure or regret|
may be the treasure or the price I have to pay
May be the song that summer sings, maybe the chill that autumn brings
Maybe a thousand different things with in the measure of a day
|Maybe the beauty and the beast, maybe a famine or a feast|
May turn each day into a heaven or a hell,
Maybe the mirror of my dreams, a smile reflected in a stream
She may be not what she seems inside her shell.
-Apologies to Elvis Costello- oops, "She' was actually written by Charles Aznavour and Herbert Kretzmer in 1974 and Elvis Castello recorder it in 1999.
|Maz's selfie with us guys behind, we were n After Thought Arete today, an early start allowed us to beat the yellow Met office weather warnings and got up it before teh rain cam ein.|
|John and Maz climbing|
|fantastic situations and views|
|Ah, the very Scottish Tunnocks Caramel wafer, the food of champions! We then took in the summit of Cairngorm and enjoyed a nice coffee at the Natural Retreats summit cafe.|
|Kasper leading Emma while I hold the ropes behind and take some photos. WE had few days in the High Tatra where our main objective was to help Emma get to the two highest summits in Poland and Slovakia.You can check her web site on www.49peaks.com|
These photos are of Gerlachovsky 2655 m the highest point in Slovenia and the Carpathian mountain chain.
|Kasper on a small alternative pitch of the Martin ridge|
|The mountain refuge in the far distance|
|Emma nearing the top, we stopped for a tiny break and completed a summit book there too and then made our way to the main summit.|
|Myself and Kasper on the summit, thanks for the photo Emma!|