ON MY WAY TO CHURCH, but will be back to write a little more about the grueling hike yesterday with some of Jackson Hole's biggest hikers. I fell a little short of the top due to extreme altitude adjustment and very thin air (need a few more weeks to make more red blood cells to carry the sparser oxygen.). It was a sensational day of pushing ourselves to new heights and the best of camaraderie. The hike was to Jackson Peak (10,715' at summit), 10.4 miles distance, 2,723 ft elevation gain, 7 hours, 52 minutes. I made it to just about 10,500' before my body screamed Stop! and I reluctantly obeyed.