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He reminds me of a boxer being pummeled by someone stronger and refusing to cave. Part of me wants to protect him, to force him to quit, but another part of me is dazzled by the spectacle of what he's enduring. We cross a stream at the bottom of a valley and face the day's last, long ascent. That's when lightning flashes overhead, a wallop of thunder explodes in the sky, and heavy sheets of rain come whipping down. A gushing current pours off the hillside, and it feels like we're climbing up a waterfall.
By the time we reach camp, we've been on the trail for 14 hours. Julian sits between the flaps of his open tent, pulling his legs off his body. Tim—who has been everywhere and seen everything—seems mystified by the depth of Julian's resilience. Flooded with emotion, Julian grows teary. I talked to them the whole way. Tim has noticed this kind of thing on other climbs, veterans confronting something bigger than the mountain. These were all men built for a fight, each of them whisked from the front lines suddenly, without warning, without a plan.
And while doctors can go to work on the physical trauma, the psychic impact is often left to linger. Their mission remains incomplete. That is, until they meet Tim. By summit day—our ninth on the mountain—we've notched 34 trail miles and our first days of the journey feel like memories from months before.
The end is now literally in sight, the glacial mountaintop glistening in the morning sun as we gird ourselves for the final, most brutal ascent. A few inches of snow has fallen overnight, and for all of Julian's training, he's never hiked in the snow. His concern is undisguised. Even beyond the weather, Summit Day is easily the toughest on Kilimanjaro. The elevation gain is nearly double that of any previous day, and the extreme altitude can be dangerous. It's time to push toward the peak.
Julian dons wraparound shades to fight the glare from the snow. Here are some of the things he thinks about over the next several hours, as he puts one prosthetic foot ahead of the other: The glow on Ashley's face at senior prom. The conversation he'd had with his dad and granddad when he'd told them he was joining the Marines—his granddad had enlisted 50 years earlier, and was thrilled; his dad, worried for his safety, was disheartened. The feel of Cody Childers's hand, squeezing his, as the rescue chopper carried them away from battle.
The sensation of hot water running over his feet, back when he had them. Tim is trying to get his attention now. Julian plucks his earbuds out. Still a little ways to go. Tim is a trickster. This is clearly the summit. But as he tops the ridge, he sees that Tim was right. Though his tank has gone empty, Julian plows forward. Fifty minutes later, steps away from the summit, Julian zeroes in on the Kilimanjaro sign, the same one he's seen in pictures. He casts his side sticks away again: He's promised himself he'd walk those final steps on his own.
Tears stream down his face as he slaps both hands on the sign, letting out wild whoops of joy, triumph, and relief. He spins around, full of joy, soaking up the blue sky and the prairie grasslands, stretching out to the horizon, terrain that reminds him of Helmand Province in Afghanistan.
Tim hands Julian his phone. He's already dialed Ashley. For all that Julian has just achieved, his thoughts are of his wife's well-being. Thank you for supporting this thing… This thing I had to do. Thank you for believing in me. Yeah, it's awesome up here. Tim reaches for the phone. CNN will be trying to link up. Quickly, Julian drops to the ground, claws up a clump of snow, grit, and gravel, and plants the four knights in the ground, saying good-bye to his friends one at a time, feeling each loss freshly, it seems.
Tim watches in silence, digging out his laptop, then beckons Julian over. Before long, the team will be headed back down, the sun will vanish, and in the darkness, a whirling blizzard will sweep the mountain. All of the pain that Julian's excitement has postponed will return with furious vigor—his right tibia, pounding into the prosthetic, will nearly puncture the skin of his nub.
It'll be midnight before camp is reached, and another day before we're off the mountain. In just a couple of weeks, Tim will be preparing with his next veteran, Staff Sergeant Charlie Linville from Boise, for a summit attempt on Everest in May. And over the coming months, Julian, safe at home with his family, will discover a new peace.
He'll start viewing himself in a different light—not as the guy who always aspired to be a soldier and then barely had a chance to fight, but as a man who achieved the improbable. He'll begin crafting fresh goals and bold dreams: Maybe he'll become a stand-up comedian, maybe a motivational speaker.
But here on the summit, daylight is quickly fading. From the Skype window on Tim's laptop, a producer's voice calls out. I'm here with Brooke Baldwin. Julian takes a very deep breath, steadies himself before the black eye of the webcam, ready to show the world what he has done.
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What the others most loved is for them to know. But for me, it was them, period. It was remembering, in the soaring cathedral that is Africa, how we need and want one another. The flight to Kilimanjaro was an eventful one. On the first flight to Nairobi, Lauren, Dan and I may have consumed a little bit too much alcohol. I won't go into details but it involved sleepwalk mugging of a fellow passenger, six sick bags and a nose bleed.
On arrival in Nairobi, feeling a little worse for wear, we were informed that our connecting flight to Kilimanjaro was cancelled, leaving us to explore the delights of Jomo Kenyatta international airport for 9 hours. An experience I don't wish to repeat in a hurry. The connecting flight was by turbo prop and took us over the border from Kenya to Tanzania. We hoped to catch a glimpse of the peak from the air but on this occasion it wasn't to be.
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What we took in, we had to take out. We then made our way to the Lemosho gate, the starting point of our trek, with a brief 45 minute delay to wait for an enormous lorry that had broken down on a single track road on the side of a pretty deep gorge to be pushed out of the way by 30 plus men.
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My wife tells me she's not even sure Cidalia has ever been camping. Indeed, climbing Kilimanjaro is a transformational, life-changing experience for pretty much everyone who makes the journey. Remarkably, many individuals like Cidalia and Natalia take the additional step of putting their personal journey in the service of a greater cause.
Even celebrities get into the act: I wanted to find out more about what motivated Cidalia and Natalia to do the climb as a way to raise money, and Cidalia agreed to answer my questions:.
Cidalia, what motivated you to make this trip up Kilimanjaro more than a personal journey? My sister Natalia and I went out to the Santa Catalina mountains in Arizona for a few days to recuperate from all of the difficulties and turmoil of the past few years and to have some sisterly bonding time.
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Our goal is to bring the Dr. We went without obtaining permission from our insurance network, and came back to Washington without our son, with broken hearts, and with a huge medical bill. Hence my desire to raise k for a fetal monitoring system.
Six more losses and cancer would tragically follow. However, we never lost hope, and in November of , Sophia came into our lives. Today, the world is a better place because she exists. Are you and Natalia a bit anxious about leaving your children behind with your husbands while you take on this challenging climb?
Of course, we would love to have our children and husbands join us. However, with the Ebola outbreak and the long travel, we thought it better that they cheer us on from home. Lots of people don't make it to the top due to altitude sickness. Do you think having set up this journey as a charity fundraiser it might be harder to turn back if a guide says that you must? For Natalia and I, the journey is the most rewarding part of our work. We would love to make it to summit and proudly wave the Dr.
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My concern became real while waiting with many others in the lost baggage line in the third-world country — watching workers document all of the claims with paper and pen. I filed my claim and was told that my baggage was most likely in Amsterdam and wouldn't arrive in time for my hike, which was to begin in just thirteen hours. Fortunately, Shorr was able to replace those items in Africa, and the next day the trio packed into a van with 14 others to make the minute trip to the mountain.
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After cleaning up, the three headed down to the hotel lobby for some celebratory beers. Just when they were about to call it a night, the very men who guided them up the mountain roped the three into hitting up the club. We took over the dance floor with our favorite porter, Peter. I finally slept after 2 a. I am 1, feet away from summiting one of the most formidable mountains in the world. Standing at 19, feet, Mount Kilimanjaro still remains a mystery to most.
Although not technically challenging, it is a dangerous and difficult trek. Emotion runs through my body. I am exhausted, altitude sick and hopeful. It takes everything within me to keep moving forward to accomplish a dream that I only imagined slightly more than a year ago. How did I get here?
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