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2009-09-09 07:59:39.000 – Thelma and Louise,  Summit Volunteers

What a way to end the week!

Our week of cooking at the Observatory has been an extraordinary experience!!! The Observatory staff, Steve, Stacey, Michael, Mary Ellen, Deb and of course, Marty, are the best. We began to feel like family almost immediately. This even felt better than last year. Perhaps, because of the weather, blue skies, no wind (comparatively speaking) allowed us to enjoy the mountains every day. You might say we were on a “Mountain High”. Met great people from all over the world. Our roles as “Julia and Julie” were great fun (check out this week’s ObsCast to see our culinary effort). All has been the best and we look forward to NEXT September.

 

Thelma and Louise,  Summit Volunteers

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