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19 January 2008

The Climbing Conquistadors

In case you haven't been following their story, the Caballeros made it to the top of all 22,841 feet of Mount Aconcagua last Saturday and they are now both back home amongst family, showers, and thick air.

If you have not had a chance to support the mission, offer congrats, see mission photos, request a t-shirt or find out about Trout's Dad's Lymphoma status, you can do so by visiting the Climb For A Cure website. (web link also available on right side panel....)

If there is an obstacle or challenge (family, personal, career, algebra equation, etc.) in your life, I hope you too can enjoy the feeling of standing victoriously on top of that challenge some day yourself.

Conquering a challenge is satisfying. Conquering it without a shower, hot meal or a, uh, toilet is even more satisfying.

Congrats again Trout and Mark!


Tismee2 said...

Congratulations! I can only imagine the thrill of standing where they are. I did climb Mt. Snowdon once but that's like a 'hill' compared to most other mountains around the world. I would have felt fabulous had I been able to see my hand in front of my face. That's good old wet & misty Britain for you!

Anonymous said...

Our sincerest gratitude goes out to Mike and all the other folks who supported and encouraged us throughout the climb. It was an all around success. Climbing for a noble cause, and sharing our experience with others has made it all the more rewarding! -Jeff

Michael M. said... is all relative right? One person's hill is another person's mountain and vice versa? Plus 3560 feet is nothing to sneeze at when you start at sea level!

Michael M. said...

Righteo Jeffrey. Now that you have our need to tell us about your next climb. :)