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Picked up your book the Nepal Chronicals, saw that your base camp map very similar to
my hikes in 1960’s and 1970’s. A good refresher with many changes evident. The landing
strip at Lukla was hard pans and grass when we side slipped to land on it in 1968.
You may have read my AMC article of western Nepal
G. O. Olson Moultonborough, NH .
Hi George! Thanks for the note. As I travel around doing presentations on the book, I’m amazed at how many folks like yourself had been there int he 60s and 70s. I’d love to hear more of your recollections. Can you make it to an event some time? Drop me an email at email@example.com
I am not familiar of your events in USA or Asia. Please put me on your schedule or list.
We live in Chaig Mai five months of the year, Moultonborough seven months.
My last Himalayan hike was to Bhutan, November, 2011.
How did you train for the trek? We are leaving 10/14 for a trek from Lukla to Tengboche, around to Khumjung, Thame them back through Namche to Lukla. We do the Whites as often as we can but live in southern MA so don’t know if we can get to any of your talks. Loved your book (and tough cookie too) How bad is the 2000 feet in 1.25 miles to get to Nanchefirstname.lastname@example.org. Claire and Craig MacDonald
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