Sappy - maybe. But, excellent comment today! Thanks and we are happy to have you on the team.
You provided us with a true glimpse at your own hard work and dedication to the Obs. It is interesting to me to know what were the deciding factors behind your decision to work up there.
Having met most of the folks you mention meeting on your initial visit, I can certainly understand why you made the choices you did and have stuck with it for this long.
You're a good egg, Stacie, thanks for doing what you do!
thanks for your passion in your job and your teaching the younger people that some day may have the dreams you had to pursue a good future like you have .
Great comments and pictures today from our very own Jim Salge...
It's always a treat to have The Jim Salge up for a visit.
jim sure know how to use a camera
But, normally Jim "Hollywood" Salge is in front of the camera when he is up there.
i like the latest comment from Peter Fisk
Be careful what you ask for. About two weeks ago I told Volunteer Coordinator, Karen Hemeon, that as I am retired, my schedule was pretty flexible so if she got desperate for a volunteer, 'give a call.'
Desperation had happened as within about three hours I got an e-mail asking, 'What are you doing next week?.'
'Uh, nothing I guess' replied I.
i wish i had his problem
Marty def. looks like the KING of that mountain, he's so beautiful.
Brian wrote today that he left Marty outside and came back out later to check on him. He doesn't wander off? I'd be afraid of foxes coming after him.