Yep. Photos tell no lies.
Sue, I have to say everything was spotless when I was with the boys. James was busy ironing when I arrived, he didn't look right in your apron.
Typical, men always stick together. How much did he pay you to say that?
Sue, you under estimate the boys. They paid me nothing (except strong coffee). Liam posted it under my name....GOLD!!
Sue, I forgot to mention that he had the apron on back to front & then when the phone rang he burnt his ear.
Crossing the crevasse looks likes a Terence & Philip moment! Brrrrt!
Sphincter was rather tight crossing the crevasse. It didn't loosen for 12 hours. I left James instructions on how to use the oven, and washing machine, but not the iron or how to put an apron on.
This is I.
The photos tell the story, we watched the you tube clip again after seeing the photos, great effort.
How would the ladder crossings go in Australia, those safety type people would be all over it, you know how they can be.
Yes, we'd still be up there waiting to see if the ladder passed lthe routine maintenance and inspection programme and was tested and tagged within date. Once the job hazard analysis had been completed and signed by all involved. 3 days later and We'd still all be in the tool box meeting.........that's only if it passes the safety inspection.
A detailed and humorous account of what's clearly been a very successful trip Sue. Congrats to you, Blair and David. I hope you get out of Lukla so you can celebrate with a masala tea at the KGH.
Sue Carroll.6 time visitor to Nepal.Trek Leader with TrekNepalWithMe.Climbing Island Peak Jan 2016