Pete’s Week

2009-12-22 13:24:34.000 – Peter Roy,  Summit Volunteer

Fogbow Over the Summit

My week as a volunteer has been fun, some hard work, but fun. The week started with 100 MPH wind gusts and below zero temperatures. My 25 year old face mask froze over. As I helped load and unload the snow tractor I couldn’t see. The crew was very business like and put stuff in my hands to pass on.

I settled in and got started. Saturday was great! The temps hit 20 above I think. I got out side and took some pictures. A group of 8 came on Saturday with an overnight hiking trip. It was much more work. It’s Monday and almost over. I’ve done a lot of reading and have a lot more to do.

Another good week.


Peter Roy,  Summit Volunteer

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