2006-08-22 14:07:38.000 – Summit Crew,  Mount Washington Observatory

A lot going on at the summit today, but not much weatherwise, so I’m merely directing you to another source for your daily mountain fix today. On our last shift, a group of reporters from the Hartford Courrant were up to write a piece on “a day in the life of the mountain.” They also took a lot of video, and pieced together a pretty good virtual tour.

Follow this link to the article, and click here for the videos!

 

Summit Crew,  Mount Washington Observatory

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