It’s A Wrap!

2013-07-21 17:23:18.000 – Rebecca Scholand,  Weather Observer/Education Specialist

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Busy weeks on on the summit can really make a shift fly by. This week was no exception to this rule with all the fun and festivities of Seek the Peak. With cleaning and prepping to do in the tower, cookies to bake, and organizing to be done, it was a wild event. As everything finally settled down today around 5pm, I realized it was almost Monday. This is one of those weeks I am looking forward to sleeping in my own bed come Wednesday, so I am glad the week is flying by. Overall, this week’s events went off without any major issues and were successful. Let the planning for Seek the Peak 14 begin!

 

Rebecca Scholand,  Weather Observer/Education Specialist

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