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2009-06-03 07:10:47.000 – Amy Terborg,  Summit Intern

My first view from the summit

Today I have achieved a great accomplishment. I have survived my first week on the summit and have decided that I have the coolest summer job! Who else can say that they experienced a hailstorm and had to de-ice in the same day? If this week was an indication of what the rest of the summer is going to be like then it should be an amazing season.

Just want to say a quick thank you to the crew up here for welcoming me into the family and getting me through the first week. Also to my family for being behind me one hundred and ten percent! I have learned so much this week and I know that it doesn’t end here.

Until next week!

 

Amy Terborg,  Summit Intern

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