Food for thought - Loosing family
Sorry to hear that mate - thoughts are with you.
Dreadful news Shorty121. Thinking of you and yours. I have a brother and I can't imagine losing him - this must be so incredibly hard for you.
Shorty - sorry to hear this. Is there any hope that he is sheltering somewhere? If not, I am very sorry and hope there is comfort in what you say about his love of the mountains. Best wishes. THM.
Thank you for all your support, as you have probably heard on the radio and in the newspaper about the situation. They stopped the search a couple of days a go due to bad weather conditions and will be going back up to search for the body later this week, I would like to thank the guides in Peru for trying so hard which they currently lost one of the guides on rescue for my brother so please think about his family as well.
Every sport is dangerous and I don't want to put people off doing what they enjoy but please take some precautions to make sure they arrive home safely.
Shorty - I saw a picture of your brother on the Northwest news a few days ago.
Could I just add that I hope you have some good friends to keep an eye on (and look after you) at this difficult time. It's usually the parents who get all the attention (I'm not saying this isn't right) and sometimes the burden of looking after them in these situations is left to their children.
I'm not very good at explaining what I mean above, so I hope you understand.
sorry for your loss and the local guide
Speaking from experience, I suggest you keep your friends and family close at this time. My thoughts are with you.
Take a moment also for the people who help in these situations at great risk to themsleves with sometimes tragic consequences..
So sorry to hear of the tragic news of your brother Shorty
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