AMS Guide Todd Tumolo checked in from camp. He and Erin had just returned from climbing Bacon n Eggs on Mt. Hunter. Earlier this week they summited Ham 'n Eggs. Todd pointed out that they climbed the "breakfast menu". Todd and Erin are doing well and are happy with their climbs.
Todd reported that it is windy and snow. They plan to have dinner and get some rest. They have a few more days of climbing. We're looking forward to hearing what they do tomorrow.
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