29 thoughts on “Audio Dispatch from Mt. Everest

  1. Be safe Alan , climb for all of us , who can’t climb , Love Karen and Jim

  2. safe success to you and your team, and you will be 29,000+ feet closer to so many loved ones – so do please greet them for yourself and on our behalf. strength & honor centurion… and safe return.

  3. Now is the time Clear thoughts Be Safe Strength to you You climb for those of us who can’t be there!

  4. Alan,
    You sound AMAZING — healthy, strong and ready to go for the summit! We are cheering you on from QECVI and wishing you a safe climb to the top.
    From Liane and the students at QE

  5. hi Allan. always great to hear your latest report. so glad to hear your feeling so good and ready for the summit.
    cant to to hear those words, said by James Cagney, im on top of the world mum.

    safe climbing. climb on. Jim. P Hereford UK

  6. WOW! Alan, I can’t believe how good you sound! Absolutingly amazing 🙂
    Have a safe climb to Camp 4 and the SUMMIT!!!

  7. WE are reading in class the Everest books by Gordon Korman.
    We are a classroom of 5th graders. Where are you in the climb at this
    WE are in book two where 2 climbers must be rescued.
    can you send us a hello from everest.
    Kathy Ryan
    5th grade teacher

  8. You sound incredibly strong. This is your year. Climb on, stay safe – the summit is only halfway (as you well know).

  9. Alan…suck up that oxygen…get some hard candy for the throat and have a good trip through the yellow band and onto the South Col…
    “One step at a time!”


  10. Can’t believe you can still breathe and talk at the same time! You sound strong Alan. I have goosebumps just hearing your audio. Go, go, go! -Lori

  11. Great news Alan, been folllowing you since you arrived in Nepal, so I am excited for you. all the best…

  12. Hi, Alan
    It’s really great to hear your voice. You sound absolutely fantastic.
    Every step you take supports progress in the fight against Alzheimer’s – Climb on!
    Best wishes from the gang here in SSF,

  13. There seems to be a calm in the air with you poised for the summit for altzheimers.Balance with your eyes closed is not east at first but you have that masterd,You’ve got it Alan,our warm thoughts are pushung you to the summit.more snow for CO. in the high country and rain in the valleys below and Alan’s got sushine on everest…sweet!!

  14. I’m so excited for you Alan! You’ve about got this down to a science now. As you know, it doesn’t matter how many people are in front of you or behind you, just go at your own pace and don’t rush it and yes, Memories are Everything! Will be following the gps map every step of the way 🙂

  15. Thank you for taking the time to keep us posted on your progress! I am so excited for you!
    Can’t wait to hear more.

  16. I watched you on SPOT last night go up the Lhotse Face! Climb On, bud! The goal is in sight!

  17. WOW! Alan! Keep it together, dude–I’m glad the gas is working for you. And I’m glad you’re feeling good for the summit attempt. Can’t wait for your next dispatch and good good luck to you and your team.

  18. Way to go Alan! We’re all thinking of you here and wishing you the best of health as you climb higher and higher. Climb on my friend!

  19. You sound great. Have a safe trip to the summit, we will be thinking about you all the way. Take care. JC

  20. You are sounding great! Am thinking about you all the way to the summit! Climb on!!

    Kindest regards

    Viv Metz

  21. Sounds like you’re going to crack it this time Alan, you sound in good health. Just make sure it stays that way. Stay Safe and Climb On!
    Steve (Jealous)

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