VIDEO | Recovered from the scare; we continue forward

From the C3 of Everest I send all my strength to Carlos Rubio great companion and friend who has had to be evacuated to a hospital in Kathmandu because of a lung inflammatory process. He is stable and I know he is fine, but from here we miss him a lot, since he has worked like a champion and I am really proud of him. Tomorrow we will ascend to equip the C4, for all the force he has transmitted to us. In short, this dream would not posible, without you Carlos.



By the way, when he was evacuated to Carlos, in haste, he took the Racetracker in a bag and that is why our location does not appear, but let us know that we are still here at the foot of the canyon. Thank you very much!





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