Volunteer Comments

2012-04-19 00:17:52.000 – Ed O’Malley,  Summit Volunteer

Another volunteer week on the summit has drawn to a close. As usual, I enjoy my time here, cooked a lot of good food for a lot of good people, and took a lot of pictures.

The summit offered us a wide range of weather and experiences this week, ranging from classic winter, to almost summer. As the Russian author Ivan Turgenev wrote (in Fathers and Sons, 1862), “A picture shows me at a glance what it takes dozens of pages of a book to expound,” (source: Wikipedia), or to put it another way, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” With that in mind, I offer you the equivalent of thirteen thousand words…

Summit Volunteer Week – April 2012

I hope you enjoy them!

 

Ed O’Malley,  Summit Volunteer

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