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Update May 29th 2005: Two climbers were seen on the
Summit pyramid today heading for the summit. However, over 15 climbers were
planning to have left high camp. The Serbs, (Mt.
Everest 2005: If God and coldness let them go, when all Serbia
would be in beds, some of our boys could be on the Roof of the World) are
confirmed to have went up and
Norwegian Men were reported to be planning to head up...
The wind is very variable, but at times very high. Some
climbers who were at camp 3 on the 27th decided not to attempt and came down.
They report they were hammered by high winds. Climbers going up to camp 2 and
3 reported variable winds... Sometimes very high.
Lenticularis clouds were seen, just as forecasted!
But assume these 2 made it the last hour, we have more
Summits of Everest. The numbers are building on the North side. The South side
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