Its shift change day!!!

2012-08-01 21:08:27.000 – Roger Pushor,  Weather Observer/IT Specialist

Adams and Madison in the sun

As many of you probably already know Wednesday’s are Shift Change day for the Observers, Museum Attendant, Interns and Volunteers here on the Summit. There were all of the usual Shift Change meetings along with Fall Intern interviews today. We got to take to five of the six finalist today with the last interview to be completed tomorrow so that offers can be extended to the lucky candidates.

Our Summer Interns finish up this week with us and I have to say Chriss and Adam have been a real pleasure to work with and have around.

The weather at the base couldn’t have been nicer as you can see from the picture to the left however by midafternoon at the Summit we were in the fog. Of course the Summit is in the fog 60% of the time so it’s to be expected.


Roger Pushor,  Weather Observer/IT Specialist

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