The advertisements, media, and first days of classes may all speak of summer’s end yesterday, but you wouldn’t know it from stepping outside. From the looks of it, we still have plenty of summer ahead of us yet. The extended forecast will continue to be much like it has been. Hot and muggy down low, mild up top, with chances of afternoon thunderstorms everyday. We’re excited about the prospect of fall like anyone else, but in the meantime, best to come to the mountain ready for more of the same.
Labor Day’s high temp registered in at 67 degrees, with a low of 55. We’ve been hanging out in the 60s again today. Rainfall amounted to 0.4” in the old gauge.
These intermittent storm cells do have their plus side, often spoiling us with superb sunsets and supper time rainbows. A just reward for our guests who happen to get caught in nature’s fury as they ascend the mountain.
Llamas are slated for Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday trips. Have a great start to September!