One of our favorite pictures: a climber
up high getting ready to go for it in 2004 ©EverestNews.com
We are being told others are here to search for Mallory and
Irvine artifacts again in 2005. This is, of course, not surprising nor
is it surprising that there is no press on them. Many of these searchers have
been back numerous times. We do not know at this point if this is some of our
old friends or a new group.
Well the heavy snow is over according to our forecaster who
called every detail of the last several days. Great Job!
Other climbers were up there in the heavy snow reporting 3
or more feet of new snow up on the Col on the 6th. Some report they were caught in small
avalanches. Some climbers were still up high this morning. The mountain is
loaded with snow.
The weather is now going to get "good", but the wind will
pick up. We hope the wind will blow the snow off up high, so Everest might
reveal some secrets. We will see. It is now a needle in a haystack hunt.
With our kindest regards and thanks, The Staff at
We return to Mount Everest in search of an answer.
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