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VIDEO: Honea Path Elementary school teacher reaches top of Mount Kilimanjaro
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BELTON — Helen Watson's profile picture on Facebook is of the certificate she received a few days ago after hiking to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro. The Honea Path Elementary school teacher sat at her kitchen table Friday in her home in Belton, with a tray of figs she harvested on her property that same morning. She said she could still hear the porters saying to her in a Swahili accent, "Teacher, teacher. They spoke encouraging words and sang to her as they walked beside her while she fought exhaustion to reach the top of the mountain. "I'm glad I did it," Watson said. She hiked through the night, climbing over boulders with her head down. The beam from her head lamp illuminated her feet, but she didn't dare look up to see how much farther she had to go. She said she was glad she traveled during the night and didn't need to see the difficulty of the hike in the daylight. After hiking for hours, she watched the sunrise on the top of the mountain. "I couldn't believe I had done it," Watson said. "Had I done it during the daylight, I wouldn't have done it. ". But her success was bittersweet. Her friend Raquel Lemrick, a science teacher at Honea Path Middle School, did not make it to the top of the mountain. Lemrick began hiking to the summit, but turned back July 28 and didn't quite make it because she was sick. Despite coming home sick, she said the trip was great. "My trip was awesome," Lemrick wrote in a text message. Probably the hardest thing I have ever endured. Watson took Lemrick to the emergency room Friday afternoon because Lemrick's fever would not break. Watson didn't realize Lemrick did not make it to the top until she herself had gotten there. "I thought she was ahead of me," Watson said. "Many of the porters didn't speak English, but I finally found one who did. Lemrick made it back to the camp at 15,000 feet and waited for her friend. She peeked her head out of the tent and took a photo of Watson walking back into camp from the summit. The two teachers left late July and returned to the United States on Thursday. They were on the mountain for six days. Before they hiked Mount Kilimanjaro, they visited an orphanage and went on a one-day safari. Watson said she did not experience altitude sickness on the trip, but it was the hardest thing she had ever done. "There were a lot of emotions on that mountain," Watson said. Besides reaching the summit, the other highlight of her trip was teaching all the porters how to do the "Cupid Shuffle," a popular line dance by the musical artist Cupid. The porters taught her a native dance one night before they hiked to the summit, and in return she taught them one from her country. "When I got to the top, they told me congratulations, and then they started doing the 'Cupid Shuffle'," Watson said. "They were singing, 'And kick and kick. She wore her Honea Path Elementary School shirt when she reached the top of the mountain, and in her back pack was the book "The Little Engine that Could. When she had an Internet connection, Watson posted updates on her Facebook page. Watson's friend of two years, Kathy Dawson of Simpsonville, was able to keep up with Watson's travels through social media. "I'm so proud of her," Dawson said. "I followed her the whole time and encouraged her to keep going. Watson said she learned many lessons on her trip, some of which she will take back to the classroom. "The porter never gave up on me," Watson said. "I learned that lesson of encouragement. As a teacher, I think I'm encouraging, but I could be better. She's already thinking about another trip, but this time she and Lemrick plan to stay in the United States, Watson said. Follow Frances Parrish on Twitter @frances_AIM.
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