First week

2009-08-24 17:27:56.000 – Mary Ellen Dunn,  Summit Intern

The observatory building at night.

My first week at the Observatory is almost through and I still can’t believe I am here. Waking up on top of a 6,288 ft. mountain everyday is kind of surreal. The views of the Presidential Mountains, when not in the fog, are absolutely beautiful and the weather has already been pretty exciting, with a thunderstorm on Friday. Everyone here is great. They have been a lot of fun and have been helpful through the intern training process.

Being the fall intern, I am anticipating all types of awesome weather as the seasons change. I can’t wait for this extreme weather everyone keeps talking about!

The next couple months should be a great adventure and I am very excited for all that is to come!

Observer Note: Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network also known as CoCoRaHS is a unique, non-profit, community-based network of volunteers of all ages and backgrounds working together to measure and map precipitation (rain, hail and snow). By using low-cost measurement tools, stressing training and education, and utilizing an interactive Web-site, the aim is to provide the highest quality data for natural resource, education and research applications. If you’re interested in being a CoCoRaHS volunteer visit the Weather Discovery Center Tuesday at 6PM when David Glenn, State Coordinator and Michelle Cruz, MWO Director of Education will be offering a training session. For more information about CoCoRaHS visit www.cocorahs.org and for more information about the training session call (603) 356-2137 ext. 225

 

Mary Ellen Dunn,  Summit Intern

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