Friday, May 29, 2009

2009-05-29 07:16:25.000 – Amy Terborg,  Summit Intern

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Today started as another day in the fog. I woke to winds whistling outside my window, a sound which is fast becoming a familiar one. For this afternoon it looks like more intern training is on the agenda for me. That, and trying to get Marty to show some affection (though I’m told that it is an impossible task).

I still can’t believe that I’m living on Mount Washington, though the view (fog) could have something do with that. It’s hard to know you’re so high up when all you can see is white out the window. I know that underneath this thick sheet there is so much that I haven’t seen yet!

Well I guess it’s back to work for me. Bye for now.

 

Amy Terborg,  Summit Intern

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