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Cocuy continued

Location: same as before, Colombia

Alas...the weather that night turned from awesome to horrible, so a summit was not possible. Our attempt to wait out the storm (until 12 pm the next day) also proved unsuccessful, so we packed up shop and set off for the town of Guican.

3 May 2007, 9:45AM

Bandito was cold. Lucky for him, Miguel cooked him a hot pasta.

3 May 2007, 10:24AM

You could once see the Pulpito del Diablo here...

3 May 2007, 12:01PM

Rollin' out, without the help of horses this time.

2 May 2007, 7:12PM

Don't you hate leaving the tent at night to go to the bathroom? It was cool though because there was a full moon.

3 May 2007, 2:25PM

Yes, this man in the distance is using a plow drawn by cattle

3 May 2007, 12:41PM

My trusty companion hot on my tracks...we were lucky and the rain stopped so we could descend.

3 May 2007, 4:21PM

Our 7-8 ish hour hike up and down took us eventually through this valley to the distant town of Guican

3 May 2007, 4:35PM

He had WAY more weight than me, but did a good job hauling it all down...bien hecho!

3 May 2007, 6:46PM

QUe bonita esta vida, con aguardiente... Salud, we made it, and loved almost every second of it!

3 May 2007, 4:50PM

Not older than 12 yrs and chopping wood, yet still having a good time.

3 May 2007, 6:32PM

This Seargent was kind enough to let me hold his gun for the picture... maybe they are recruiting for next year...I think I have a chance!

4 May 2007, 3:03AM

Church in Cocuy



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You could once see the Pulpito del Diablo here...

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Bandito was cold. Lucky for him, Miguel cooked him a hot pasta.

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Don't you hate leaving the tent at night to go to the bathroom? It was cool though because there was a full moon.

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Rollin' out, without the help of horses this time.

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My trusty companion hot on my tracks...we were lucky and the rain stopped so we could descend.

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Yes, this man in the distance is using a plow drawn by cattle

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He had WAY more weight than me, but did a good job hauling it all down...bien hecho!

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Our 7-8 ish hour hike up and down took us eventually through this valley to the distant town of Guican

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Not older than 12 yrs and chopping wood, yet still having a good time.

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QUe bonita esta vida, con aguardiente... Salud, we made it, and loved almost every second of it!

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Church in Cocuy

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This Seargent was kind enough to let me hold his gun for the picture... maybe they are recruiting for next year...I think I have a chance!