6.27.07


Our trip around this grandiose mountain yesterday afternoon was quite interesting.

The temperature difference is SO diverse from the mountain to the valley. When we were up on the mountain it was SO COLD [probably like 30 or so] that we had sweaters, coats, mittens, gloves, hats, boots and the like on. We went to find a lake in the valley that we can see from the mountain, lake Trillion it was, and when we got there it was like 80! People were swimming — it was such an AMAZING difference in temperature just from the mountain to the valley, two places that were not that far apart — you can see one from the other, but so, so different! People were doing outdoor kind of stuff at both places, but in totally different clothing and temperature. It was so cool!

Last night we had the best pizza I think I’ve had it my whole life. A little place at the bottom of the mountain called the Ice Axe Grill in Government Camp. It was really, really yummy! –their signature pizza with tomato and spinach.

This morning we are just chilling until it’s time to check out. Then it is on to the airport for the long trip home. We didn’t get first class on the way out but I think we will on the trip home.

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