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A message from Mohan & The Trekking Company

February 19, 2016

A message from Mohan & The Trekking Company

Mohan, a good friend of Mont, and the man behind The Trekking Company left us this kind message from Patagonia. Thanks Mohan!

“Just a quick note to say – that the wind was so strong that one could hardly stand – but it did not penetrate the red shirt and the jacket you let me have!

Mohan wearing Mont Power Dry Run top in Patagonia

I have attached a picture or two to prove it! The photos are from the beginning of our trip in Patagonia – in the region of the Moreno Glacier and the Estancia Christina…where you had to take boat past floating icebergs to get there…and an exclusive trek that had no more than 11 people on it – and then just wilderness!! Sheer joy.

All the best you folks working behind a desk.

Cheers – Mohan”

Thanks Mohan, from behind a desk.

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