|Nearing the top with Monashka Bay in the background|
Today I lead an Audubon hike (click here for more info on hikes) up Mount Monashka and 29 other people and 4 dogs showed up for the hike! That's the most I've ever had as a hike leader. My previous high was 17 people for a hike up Sheratin. At times I'd look back and see them all strung out behind and felt like the 'Pied Piper' playing my flute. Either that or the lead bull in an elk herd.
Audubon hikes are always great because you never know who you'll meet or end up talking with. There is always an incredible diversity of locals and out-of-town visitors on the hikes. And everybody has a story to tell. Today we also had some pretty good weather. Nothing like a blue bird day on the top of Mount Monashka with the blue, blue sea all around and the green, green, green spruce forest down below. Patrick
|Cami on top|
|That's town in the background|
|The wind was pretty strong and could partially hold you up when you leaned against it|
|25 people on the top of Mount Monashka all at once - it's got to be a record|