It has been a busy few days to say the least. Airlift operations consumed camp for Thursday's entirety and we were able to complete our resupply before dusk. Yesterday and today have been spent by the crew getting this place ready to open. Moving, reorganizing, cleaning, stocking, displaying, all done ten fold. The weather has been quite favorable in recent days thanks to a welcome warming trend. Our day time highs have been in the 40's and our lows barely tab the freezing mark. A brief shower this morning dropped 0.1" of rainfall on the mountain. Our remaining snow depth is about 4" with a great deal of melt soggying up the footpaths.
It offers a new spin while also bringing back a few old school themes from shirts past. On the left chest, we've taken a break from our traditional Dining Hall logo and incorporated an immaculately drawn kerosene lantern with name and elevation. The grand design bounces to the back this year, as the map of the mountain makes its return, last used in 2009. Instead of the map flying solo, it's been partially framed by a previously used font, a spruce tree, and a hiker admiring the view from Cliff Tops. As you can see from the samples above, the shirt color you prefer may offer up a different color font, map, or tree. Great variety for all to choose from!
Have a great weekend.