Thank You!

2021-12-27 20:18:53.000 – Ryan Knapp, Weather Observer/Staff Meteorologist

 

Thank you to all the secret Santas who sent the summit crew Christmas gifts this year. I say “secret” because this year, the valley staff took inventory of who sent what then wrapped all the gifts prior to sending them up to us here on the summit. So, thank you for the candles, refrigerator notepads, pen holders, pizza stones, blender, pans, gift cards, candies, assorted teas, assorted cocoas, and darts. If there is something not listed that you might have sent, it is possible that it might not have made it in time for our previous shift change. But rest assured, it will arrive in the coming shift changes.
 
As we head towards the end of 2021, our year-end campaign is currently underway. To everyone that has donated already – THANK YOU from all of us on the summit. Your contribution is what allows our non-profit weather station to operate. If you are interested in supporting us, there is still time this week and you can do so HERE
 
Finally, thank you to everyone that purchased one of our 2022 Calendars, which also support our cause. I have been the one behind putting them together over the past years and am always excited to see them hanging up in various places. If you missed out on receiving one for Christmas, they are still available HERE. And, if you use the code NEWYEAR15 at checkout, you can save 15% off you purchase through December 31st (2021).
 
Christmas Cairn from Nelson Crag Trail on Ball Crag looking up at the NH State Park Sherman Adams BuildingChristmas Cairn from below the summit cone

 

Ryan Knapp, Weather Observer/Staff Meteorologist

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