August 31, 1983
Freezing, gale-force winds threatened to hurl us off the ridge
going up to 8,926 foot Mount Scott on the eastern rim of Crater Lake.
Sub-zero sleet and hailstones pinged our ears, plus loud, close-in
thunder claps were experienced, but all combined to make the long drive
to this little visited high point in Crater Lake park worthwhile.
Note the date:
this was not a winter trip, but took place recently in mid-summer!!!
Wednesday hikers were Betty Legris, Meg Janecek-Wall, Earl Wall,
and leader John Cecil.