I’ve been posting about the 3 Peaks, 3 Weeks project for the past few weeks, and now it looks like it’s come to a successful conclusion. The team of ten women summitted Mt. Kenya, Mt. Meru, and Mt. Kilimanjaro over a three week period to raise awareness for the “three peak” issues in Africa, which are Environmental Sustainability, Education, and HIV/AIDS.
I mentioned last week that the team has topped out on Kili, and now you can read their final trip report here. It seems like it was quite the journey for them, and not just the past three weeks. Over the past two years, as they prepared for this expedition, they became dedicated to their cause, and learned a great deal about themselves in the process. It’s a very nice wrap-up read, and I once again send a hearty congratulations to everyone of the women on the team. It might not be over yet though as there is this cryptic remark on the website: “Enjoy the closing remarks and stay posted for the future of 3 Peaks 3 Weeks.”
Guess we’ll just have to stay tuned.
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