April 06th, 2015
Good morning, all! I hope everyone had a lovely Easter yesterday. We had beautiful weather all day until right before dusk when the clouds started rolling in. Yesterday's high was 47 and the low was 32. This morning when I woke up, it was 39, but since it started raining about an hour ago, the temperature has dropped to about 34. So bring rain gear and plenty of extra dry clothes if you're coming up today! I believe we are in for rain for the rest of the day.
Stay dry and happy out there!
4/6/2015 04:16:40 am
Ruthie, Great job with the blog!! Not just today but every day.
4/6/2015 04:17:56 am
4/6/2015 04:20:45 am
Them biscuits sure look GOOD.
4/6/2015 04:24:17 am
Them biscuits sure looked GOOD.
4/6/2015 06:10:47 am
ruthie,great job.thanks for descript with picts.thanks.
4/6/2015 06:13:37 am
I need to make a mental note to not look at the daily posts when I am hungry! Those are some excellent looking biscuits, and now I'm wanting breakfast for supper tonight.
4/6/2015 08:04:23 am
mmmm, you all got any mustard to go with them biscuits??
4/6/2015 09:13:47 am
Pass the biscuits, please. And I need some more pancakes too!
4/6/2015 11:35:39 am
I'm bringing a group of Girl Scouts up on Wednesday morning. These reports are very helpful! Would you recommend Trillium, Bullhead or Rainbow at the moment, taking into account current trail and weather conditions?
Thomas J Krupka
4/6/2015 12:17:30 pm
On Monday you're really left with Rainbow/Bullhead. Which one UP/DN is up to you. Bullhead UP then. You might get some good views both ways!
4/6/2015 12:56:15 pm
Hi Thomas - why left with only Rainbow and Bullhead? Alum Cave is still open for a while, isn't it? We're planning to take Alum up on Friday.
4/6/2015 12:42:23 pm
Looks beautiful! Thanks for sharing the weather. My daughter is part of the girl scout troop that will be hiking up to stay with you on Wednesday. I look forward to seeing what the weather is like on Wednesday.
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