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... manual mountain bike pump.
I am now the proud owner of a CyclePump air compressor from Best Rest Products, USA. Same as the one I left at home. These are great, robust compressors.
I also had to trouble shoot an issue with our Baehr intercom. Turned out to be a faulty connection in the lead to my helmet. A good application of WD40 seemed to sort this out. Dust and rain from the Austral Highway must have been the culprits.
... about 15 groups doing the climb and we were only overtaken by 2… and of course we had the highest average age BY FAR!
There were great but brief celebrations at the top as the wind was howling and with the wind chill, the temperature was well below freezing. While rearranging our clothing and taking a few pictures there were a couple of deep rumblings from the volcano. The first ...
... a creek, then construction, then a thing called "private property," until finally we trespassed on a hotel's property and went exploring. It was a stormy day, so we got caught in the rain (and even hail for a few seconds), but the views were amazing. Pucón is right on the end of a huge lake, and has mountains and volcanoes on every other side. Sensational.
Have you ever noticed how many hyperbole words (I wanted to say hyperbolic words, but ...
... of hours before heading back to the hostel for a delicious shared dinner and copious amounts of cheap (yet good) wine!
The following day, Casey and I set out to conquer the imposing Volcan Villarica! This looms over the town, and is one of the more active volcanoes in the Andes. We climbed for 6 hours, as the volcano got steeper, icier, more slippery and windy; and eventually we made it! There were a few close calls - a ...
... canvassing the tour shops for the best deal on walking up the volcano, and by the end of the day were pretty confidant we had found it. We lost count of how many tour companies there are in town and almost all of them offer the same tours, not sure how they all survive in the slow periods. Our accommodation in Pucon is a cute little hostel with the typical timber cabin construction that you see all around the world in alpine and lake areas. We decided it was time to have a room ...