Take that FedEx! You have nothing on our llamas. Rex has brought up clean linens, loaves of bread, groceries for the crew, and he can now add taking down a broken weed eater to his resume. Sometimes you just have to do what you just have to do. Hopefully, we will get the weed eater back soon, it is summer up here. The grass is growing at warp speed. If you are wondering, Chris uses it for the entire camp. It is pretty much the only way he mows the grass on the side of this mountain. We can add this to the list of many uses for duck tape on Mt. LeConte.
The forecast was of no use yesterday. The clouds finally rolled out and the sun shone down upon us. The high finally reached the 70s. The high was 73º with a low of 55º. It felt like summer yesterday. Once again, we are starting the day in the clouds. The forecast is calling for rain again, but I am not falling for it. I guess we will get what we get and be happy about it.
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