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Mar 312011

Audio DispatchThis is the latest audio dispatch live from Mt. Everest; the third of Alan's 7 Summits climbs.

These climbs are to raise Alzheimer's awareness and $1M for research. Please donate today.

Climb On!
Memories are Everything

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  8 Responses to “Audio Dispatch from Mt. Everest”


    Dear Alan
    Such a beautiful description of the area you are in. I could picture myself there. Thank you so much for what you are doing. Keep in touch as we keep you in our prayers.


    Surviving the flight to Lukla is half the battle! Glad you made it safely. Now the fun begins. Keep pounding the pavement…dirt…snow…mud, whatever you find along the way. You are inspiring many and making a difference with Alzheimer’s. Safe travels.


    Hi Alan…enjoy Namche and the Everest View Hotel…Hillary’s school too. I sent you a separate e-mail and hope yo got my card from Jeff. Tell him to send me his e-mail address, wife’s name and kids. Hi to Eben. “Coach Greg,” and Justin…Jangbu too. Fanastic blogs and eat well at the Namche bakery…Hillary monument for his wife is nice if you are up to it…”one step at a time” and enjoy the wonderful journey….lemon meringue pie at Thangboche is waiting for you.
    Climb on for those memories…
    John Dahlem


    Right on Alan! Good luck on Everest, I hope to make it there one day! Climb On!


    Climb On, Alan!


    Glad to know you are safe on the ground in the Khumbu. Welcome back. Sounds gorgeous. Keep making grand memories, and as you say, Memories are Everything.


    Glad you and Gineth had an uneventful flight and are right now trekking at last. Enjoy the green an the flowers because once above Dibgboche no more for awhile.


    Great to hear your voice! My husband flew twin otters commercially back in the 70’s, he would have loved being on your flight this morning. Glad it was a smooth trip.