Our amazing co-worker Kaylee called in the team’s trip report today. It’s been HOT on the glacier and the team has been moving on what we call a “night program.” This just means that the team rearranges its schedule to move on the glacier at night, during the coolest hours of the day. “Night” is a bit of an oxymoron since it’s pretty much 24 hours of daylight in Alaska in late June. No headlamps needed!
It sounds like the team is moving well, eating well, and in good spirits. The plan is to move to Camp 2 tomorrow. Here’s Kaylee: