It feels many times like I'm back in elementary school waiting for the approaching summer break. When the season ends, we will all be leaving here to join families for the holidays and some much needed rest and relaxation. Personally, after being here for three years, the mountain really feels like home to me. Just like the summers between schooling, I will miss the friends I made and look forward to returning after the break.
Even though many of the plants are dying off this time of year, the rest of nature has not given up. I was lucky enough to be able to share with some girls visiting the mountain some of our wildlife. As I was walking around camp after dinner, I ran across a group of deer. The girls were so excited to see the twin deer. After seeing a bear hiking up I think they will continue to enjoy the outdoors for years to come!
The temperatures are hovering between the lower 60s and upper 40s fairly consistently right now. The high again yesterday was 62 and low 49. Be prepared with your raincoat if you get out and about today!