March. 31.2016. It's the wind, I swear
A pleasant 52 turned into a savage, windy 32 overnight, pushing all matter of things across camp.
Herbert II, the outside bucket, has completely disappeared along with some laundry off the clotheslines.
It is still extremely windy, with no rain so far.
If anyone is hiking up today, especially Trillium, please let us know if there are downed trees or not.
3/31/2016 01:20:09 pm
Just thought I'd mention that the quality of blog posts have improved exponentially this year as compared to last. Keep up the good work, LL.
3/31/2016 06:37:14 pm
I disagree. They crew has so many responsibilities with their guests that they have less time to maintain the blog site.
tomk in SC
3/31/2016 02:05:03 pm
Please tell us what happened on Alum yesterday. Both the cause and the nature of the rescue. We will be up in AUG with kids. My recommendation is Rainbow/Bullhead, but I'd think we'd all be a bit smarter about what we are doing if we had some facts. Obviously we don't need names.
3/31/2016 04:28:08 pm
I agree with Twistyp. Most entertaining!!!
3/31/2016 05:12:25 pm
May Herbert II enjoy his journey wherever the wind takes him... with this storm system Herbert II may have a caught a gust and ended up with JP in New Hampshire!
4/1/2016 08:14:45 am
Morning all, watch out for the widow makers, especially if you're hiking alone.
4/1/2016 08:45:06 am
Thank you to the crew at LeConte! -- we arrived past dinner on Tuesday night after taking Trillium with two hungry kiddos on our two-night stay. The staff at LeConte took time to set up dinner for us despite our late arrival after everyone has finished eating and clean-up had already started. We were so appreciative of their accommodation of our late arrival. We felt so welcomed!
4/1/2016 12:06:39 pm
hello up there !
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