It was a dark and stormy night…

2007-11-01 09:20:07.000 – Linnea Koons,  Summit Intern


Actually, Halloween on the summit was a beautiful, crisp day. As it was shift-change day both shifts were up showing off their costumes. We had skeletons, hippies and Moses (oh my!), a tin man, a cowboy and a slew of Ken Rancourt look-alikes.
We carved some pumpkins, roasted the seeds and even though we left the porch light on, we still had no trick-or-treaters – more candy for us!

Due to construction that is out of our hands, the Presidentials camera will be out of commission for a few days.

Halloween group shot


Linnea Koons,  Summit Intern

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