Normally today would have been doing the Back Dike Traverse to move base camp from the Lower Saddle to the Teton Glacier, where we could climb the North Face and return to camp via the then-familiar traverse. However, our experience on the North Ridge showed us that the North Face was decidedly out of condition for the rest of our trip due to the amount of ice on the route. However, I had also posed to Steph the unusual idea of camping, for no practical reason, on the west slopes of Mt. Teewinot, in order to get some nice night and sunrise photographs from there. So despite our dropping the North Face from consideration, she was game for checking out the traverse and carrying camp out over the summit of Mt Teewinot.