Thursday, May 28

2009-05-28 07:12:56.000 – Amy Terborg,  Summit Intern


It’s my second day as summit intern and I’ve decided I am a pretty lucky person. This morning I looked out the window and could see the mountain tops peeking up from the clouds and even a sliver of blue sky way off in the distance. Yesterday I got to climb all the way to the top of the tower, tag along on observations, and even met Marty.

Being a Meteorology major I am really in paradise right now. It doesn’t matter if it’s raining or blowing so hard I can’t stand. More severe means more exciting in my job description! I can already tell that this is going to be one of the most amazing experiences ever.

Just a quick hello and thanks to my family back in Michigan for getting me this far and for all your support.

Goodbye for now!


Amy Terborg,  Summit Intern

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