Gowler called in. They were making hash browns and bacon again. It's pretty nice waiting out storms when you can eat real food. The winds got up to 40 mph last night and were not too bad. The winds have died down now and its snowing lightly. They are feeling good about tomorrow being a good day. There's nothing you can do about changing the weather other than your attitude towards it. They all sounded happy and joking, and that's a sound of success.
We update the AMS blog whenever we hear from guides and instructors reporting from the field. Some staff call in more frequently than others. No news is good news and indicates all is going according to plan. We will do our best to keep those who want to be up to date, up to date.
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