After a long day of waiting for the weather to cooperate so we could begin flying in the first of our supplies, we finally received a small window of opportunity. It didn’t last long before the clouds returned, but it was enough to help us feel like a mostly beautiful day didn’t go wasted. The rest of the evening was spent enjoying some delicious catering provided by our sister property, Taziki’s Mediterranean Cafe of Knoxville. In what has become an annual tradition, our team greatly appreciates such delicious food prepared and delivered by some great folks to keep us going.
Momday’s high temp was 48°, and our low was 38°. Intermittent rain showers dominated the night, and we’re still socked in after receiving 0.55” of liquid precipitation. Appears that will be the case most of the day. Hopefully conditions improve in time for Wednesday so we can resume some serious flying. In the meantime, our awesome crew will keep whittling away at what they can to get this place primed and ready for fun-filled season atop Mt. LeConte.