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Chris summit Kilimanjaro: Part i

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11/11/2010 01:38 PM EST

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ReneCardenas
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re: Chris summit Kilimanjaro: Part i
ReneCardenas   1/2/2011 6:01:02 PM
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Congratulations Chris, in reading your description of your troubles you shared a great story of drive and self motivation.

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Chris McAneny   11/18/2010 10:30:16 AM
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Alex , sounds like you have experience here . Standing on top of a peak no matter how high really is a great feeling !! I came , I challenged ,...I survived !! ;-)

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Chris McAneny   11/18/2010 10:26:08 AM
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Hi Silicon Smith . I have trekked the Anapurna Circuit three years ago. Nepal is an amazing country and wonderful people . Life is all too short so Kilimanjaro was another great adventure !! Namaste...In Nepalese I Honour and Respect You . Sherpa Chris ;-)

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t.alex   11/15/2010 2:38:59 PM
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I totally understand the feelings, especially the headaches and the sickness one encounters at high altitude. However, a great sense of achievement in the end!

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Silicon_Smith   11/13/2010 10:44:20 AM
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Somehow, I feel this would be more interesting had this been in the Himalayas! More capricious weather and mountains.

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