Puuuuuurfect Day! MEEEOOOOWWW

2014-07-26 18:07:57.000 – Marty,  Summit Cat

I’m Sleepy!

Many meows from me, Marty! It’s been a while since I last posted…you see I have been quite busy seeking attention from all the people coming up to see me this summer. I also have my full time job of watching over the observers and making sure they do their jobs properly. They don’t like it when I sit on their data, but they don’t understand that I’m really just checking their work!

It’s a full time job up here, especially in the summer. Plenty of lounging around, soaking in the warm sun, and greeting all of my visiting friends and fans. My most important job is scaring away the rodent intruders from my fellow observers. Matter of fact, one night a few weeks ago, I eagerly came into the weather room to show night observer and lead meteorologist Tom Padham the present I found him. I was a little sad when I found out he didn’t like my present because it startled him. Other than that, we had a thunderstorm that came out of nowhere a few days ago. I was fast asleep on the weather desk while observer and IT specialist Michael Kyle was working and then a crack of thunder scared the fur off of me! Thank-furry he pet me and gave me a few treats to settle my nerves.

Anyway, if you want to hear more about my adventures check out the Marty’s Mewsings in this Fall’s edition of Windswept! For those who are not familiar with Windswept, it is a quarterly magazine sent out to the members of Mount Washington Observatory. There are many other articles, including mine! Mine is the most popular, of course (meeeoooowww)! Bye for MEOW!


Marty,  Summit Cat

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