It's been a much calmer day on the mountain so far, as camp is quiet, the weather is calm, and the llamas have made their regularly scheduled ascent toting our latest goods. Sounds like that is about to change, though, as the next wave in a long pattern of rain showers is slated to strike. We were enjoying some intermittent sunshine earlier today, but as I'm writing, the clouds are starting to stick and thicken up. Yesterday's high temperature came in at 62 degrees, with an overnight low of 48. We tallied 0.18" of rain, but that was the remainder of what fell Tuesday morning after the last measurement. We'll see how it all shakes out shortly. Keep bringing those rain shells!
Today we'll highlight the three largest guest quarters at the lodge. They are Cabins 1 through 3, respectively, and are pictured sequentially. As many of you may know from staying with us, we refer to these large bedroom buildings as Old, New, and East Lodges, rather than by their numbers which can still be found on their front doors. Cabins 4 through 10 remain nameless, and are all located up hill (or south) of the three larger freestanding lodges.
Hopefully you enjoyed today's entry, and maybe even learned a little something new. We'll give the rest of the guest cabins their deserved attention next, so stay tuned! Have a great rest of the day.