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This is sweet. Sounds like quite the trip. I've been fascinated with the Huaraz area for awhile - a few research projects on the hazards you mentioned - and I hope to get out there within the next few years. Great job, all.
The South American peaks seem to be your go-to mountains, and they definitely look like they are worth it. I remember your red hat getting chewed on by marmots on Little Bear. That seems so long ago now. I also can't help but notice that you seem to be stalked by a lot of fat Ohio State cheerleaders (I believe one followed you up N. Maroon too). Glad to hear you are finally done with school; I just finished up as well. We'll have to get back out soon and catch up.
Man, what a trip! Gringo surcharges, a breastfeeding baby and a fat porter named Jesus -- it had it all. Your TRs always make me laugh. And your photos are amazing, especially the avalanche shot. Well done.
Top Notch Colin! You do an incredible job of balancing the local culture with your international adventures. Looks like you guys had a great time.
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