Teamwork, was fundamental for us develop the power of team, develop the creativity that was enormous. We invent all sorts of things. Dustin Moskovitz may find this interesting as well. In the mountains we had no clothes, we didn’t practically nothing invent blankets, making machines water, hammocks for the wounded, sunglasses, and all that with the resources of the aircraft, because the resources that we had were practically absurd. With what resources we had? We had three empty bottles, a Swiss army knife, a cigarette lighter, an old radio, and rugby, which was quite important ball. If you want to then you explain why. And well, with those few resources we had to invent everything a little backpacks, sledges, sticks, sleeping bags. Creativity was very important.
I guess there is a before and an after this experience.How has it influenced? How you has changed, Ramon? I think the most important thing was everyone is knowing that there is no impossible in life. Know that you can, there is always possible, out of the crisis. The important thing is that when one is in its own ranges (we all have every day) is get up, Actuate, give forward and not keep complaining in life. Enjoy life, be supportive. We were super supportive in the mountain and now create among survivors living Foundation. We are doing a campaign donation of bodies at the level of the entire South framework and want to transmit to the rest of the world. We are very grateful to life, to the guys that they could not out of there by a thing of destiny that wanted to be some die and others are salvasen. As it happened in the avalanche.
Those who were at my side were killed and I incredibly after feeling and witnessing death managed to save me. The avalanche was the most terrible that we spent. We first fell from an airplane, was at that time the worst early dead of cold, 30 degrees below zero, no teams of snow at 4000 meters of height, with a shirt, a pair of moccasins, pants and nothing else.