Great End To The Day

2014-07-25 17:57:32.000 – Brett Rossio,  Summit Intern

Summits Beginnning To Clear Out

As Ethan said, I’m hoping for a visible thunderstorm soon too! The past couple of times the summit came close, but we were engulfed by fog and could only see flashes. That isn’t discouraging me at all with the wide variety of weather I’ve already encountered up here!
We finally escaped the fog this afternoon to allow us to get an early evening view of the horizon. The fog didn’t discourage the public from coming up and seeing the summit, along with the erratic weather that comes along with it! Perhaps we will get a picturesque sunset this evening to enjoy!


Brett Rossio,  Summit Intern

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