2011-03-05 13:15:46.000 – Rebecca Scholand,  Summit Intern

Last night Brian, Mike and I took the opportunity to make some pizza. We all started with the same Italian Herb Rustic Crusts but the end results were far from the same. Last week when Rustic Crust made the ultimate pizza delivery to the summit Brian was not there. Besides being able to see the video blog of the trip by Tom Guilmette, Brian had not tasted the wholesome goodness so we filled him in. I chose to make a tomato, basil, garlic and mozzarella pizza while Mike went in a completely different direction. Mikes pizza had corn, black beans, jalapenos, and left over pot roast. We have always said Mike has a knack for leftover fixings. Brian decided to make a delicious ham, bacon, and pineapple pizza. Between our creations dinner was great.

Observer Note: With temperatures nudging closer to freezing as of 0600 EST on Sunday, it is likely we will lose our link to the valley before too long. If this occurs, the website will not update so please be patient.


Rebecca Scholand,  Summit Intern

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