Being patient is difficult, but the rewards are many. The June 13 Team was rewarded with a good day to make the move up to High Camp at 17,200′. Lead guide Adam Smith reports that the team encountered snow and moderate wind during their ascent, but they were able to push through and now everyone is safe and snug in camp. This is a physically demanding day, and the climbers will rest, hydrate and relax tomorrow at High Camp. The weather report looks favorable through the weekend, so fingers crossed for a nice day for the team to make the final push to the summit. Again, another reward for their patience and perseverance. Good job, team.