Morning came early today because not many people slept well. Everyone woke up around 2am and couldn't get back to sleep. Kris even stayed up till 4am reading. Jeff ran to the toilet in his scibbies while Ursula and Deb were kept up by a snorting wild boar... May be that is what was shot and would explain the bullet hole in my meat last night. Breakfast was scrambled eggs and toast, Followed by some type of cream of wheat. Good way to start our day. After a looooong way up steep hills, we had lunch. However, on our way I chatted with another cancer survivor. Victor form Toronto, was hiking up and we chatted about hope and why each were doing the mountain. Tomorrow, you will get a guest blogger and understand more about our quest to reach around the world and help through inspiration, hope and a never say die attitude. Upon arriving Shira Camp we were all exhausted from the 6 hour trek and nearly 3000ft increase in altitude. After getting some rest, a few people went to a really cool cave while others went and flew a fighter kite. Good times had by all. We just had dinner and are now snug in our sleeping bags and ready for bed. Its not even 8pm and we are all ready to call it a night. Tuto anana kesho and asante sana from the CancerClimber Kili family. Thank you for the texts, please keep them coming... And always, Keep Climbing.
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