Dear Family & Friends:
Here is the 22 minute video I promised to post on my website.
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Thanks for sharing. It is a beautiful place! It so nice to see a place where I will never see in reality.
WOW WELL DONE BILL I WILL BE THERE IN 2013 IN THE MIDDLE OF MY SEVEN SUMMIT ATEMPT TO RAISE AWARNESS FOR CHILD POVERTY.BILL AT WHAT HIGHT DID YOU START USING O2 ONCE AGAIN WELL DONE
THIS MOVIE KEPT GETTING ‘STUCK’ AT 11:48. SUGGESTIONS? I’D LIKE TO SEE THE REST!
I’m not having the problem at 11:48. Is anyone else having this problem?
Typically oxygen is used at 23,000 feet and above–Camp 3 on the South side and Camp 1 on the North side. I started using oxygen when I reached the headwall leading up t
Bill, Thanks for providing the motivation to trek Sagarmatha-Khumbu-Everest region this year. Your video opens up the world that we didn’t attempt!!
Wow, thank you so much for posting this. It was such a privilege to see what it’s really like to see how you climb Everest, really crazy to think that that is the same Earth I’m on right now! It seems like another world…Wow. Amazing! Thanks again 🙂
Fantastic! I see Aboul knew how to keep score in English (8-1, his favor). Hee-Hee. Can’t wait for part II.
Outstanding footage!!! Thanks sooo much for sharing. Now, I don’t have to imagine what Advanced Base Camp or the other places look like. Makes me wish I were a few years younger and could give it a go myself!
What a wonderful video. It’s so nice to see the places you talk about and to see you doing what you love so much. Thank you for sharing and I’m looking forward to Part 2.
The footage is fantastic. Gives one a better view of what it takes to do Everest. The viewes put me in awe. I knew there were a lot of climbers but looks like the I5 at rush hour. Can see how one group could slow another down. My favorite are the ladder c
Great job on the video Bill. I loved the shower scence–is that weird to say to your father-in-law? A great taste of the whole trip.
Thank you so much Bill.First class video!!! I loved every bit of it.Now I don’t have to imagine it anymore!!! Certainly requires a whole lot of courage.Looking very forward to part 2.
I followed your progress through facebook and emails. I will never get the opportunity to experience the mountain but have always drawn to it and the mysticism of the far east. I try to read as much as possible about mountaineering. This was a wonderful v
LOVED IT, LOVED IT!!!!! Can’t even imagine what it must be like to be up there. But you have given me the chance to experience it thru your climb. Thank you so much. I climb little one here on the east coast and get such satisfaction in getting to the
My HPS hikes pale in comparison….thank you for sharing this fantstic journey…Now I can picture where you are and what you are up against as I listen to your posts next year.This was just amazing…I was riveted for the entire 22 minutes and am r
Bill, riveting footage. I felt like I was right there. So tantalizingly close! You are a true adventurer.
BILL: Your trip was really nice one this year. I can tell that you enjoyed the whole experience. Yet, you were so close, but so far away. To be saved for yet another season. I can see why you long to return each year.
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