Originally Posted by honyock
Thanks Hos and Joshmil. I was afraid that Seattle was going to be a tough game. I had an email from my brother when i got back to Kathmandu describing Romo's 5 interception game against the Bears. Ouch.
That's too bad about Church, after he looked so good in preseason. Who is starting in his place?
It was amazing, very hard but a trip I won't ever forget. We crossed three passes at 16,000 feet plus. The highest was right at 17,000 feet. We were all sucking air at that altitude...you climb in slow motion. We visited some remote villages in northern Nepal that are basically the same they've been for hundreds of years. It definitely put in perspective how ridiculously easy we have it in this country.
[View Full Quote]I did a similar (but much easier) trek in the fall of 2010. I came back to find the Rangers in the World Series and Romo out for the season with his broken clavicle. As bad as it sounds like the OL has been, I'm relieved that at least i came back to find the season isn't over like two years ago.
Wow, nearly 3 miles high. That is awesome. I think the highest I have ever been was around 12,000 and I literally could not breathe. If you took pictures I'd love to see them.
One last bit of Cowboys news for you, Sean Lee was leading the NFL in Tackles going into the bye week, With one extra game the lead on him is only 5 tackles so he likely will retake the lead at some point in the next couple of games and may stretch it after the players head of him head to their byes.