8000 Meters Facts
Everest 2005: Gavin Bate:
Gavin at the South Col
File photo Everest on a better day ©EverestNews.com
Ten hours after Camp 2 ... Gav
is at S Col! Incredible climb to this point. Unfortunately he has lost his
glasses - but still has his goggles. You can really tell in this message that
the lack of oxygen has kicked in - he sounds exhausted!
He still set for leaving
later for Summit. Good luck Gav!!!
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