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July 11, 2007


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Chris Keeley

Shasta Climbers: My admiration and congratulations to each of you for the personal journeys that took you to Shasta. You will have many stories to tell about your experience on that mountain, but I know that at least one of them will include the connections you made with the very special people who joined you in the process. And, to the East Coast women who climbed Mt. Washington in June with me and my daughter, Lara, a special acknowledgment of your efforts and spirit.

Chris Keeley, Mt. Rainier Climber, 2005.

Dana Oshiro

Congratulations to everyone! Marisa- you're awesome!

Charlotte Brody

The climbers have been in my thoughts and my heart has been in my throat all day. Wind, rain, falling rocks, not enough snow. Brave, strong, amazing women and men, strong enough to keep going and brave enough to turn around.

Blessings to everyone sleeping at Base Camp and to all of you waiting for them below.

Kevin Donegan

I'm so proud of all of you. I am especially proud of Marisa, with who I have the pleasure of working with. Go Marisa!!!

Pali Cooper

As a past climber my heart goes out to all of the climbers, knowing what it takes just to get there. I have been anxiously reading the blogs and am so proud of the amazing team on the mountain and can't wait to hear more. Definitely not a walk in the park.
Thank you for keeping us posted, with much love, Pali

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