Cabin Wilderness Camp
||Saturday, August 5, 2006 (& the rest of
||The camp sits at 9,600 feet of altitude.
Washington Mill (where we're based out of) is at about 800 feet.
The first full day was dedicated to just hanging around and
acclimating ourselves. The pictures below were gathered from all
sorts of sources, and cover varied times during the week.
Something interesting to notice in these photos is the
extremes of temperature that we were subject to. Depending on the time
of day, we were either in shorts and T-shirts, or were bundled up in sweats.
During some of the nights, it got down to below 40 degrees. Mornings and
evenings were BRISK!