Fuji Mountain

August 22, 2006

We left under heavy cloud cover for Mt. Fuji, hoping that the sun would burn away the mist and allow us to enjoy the famous vista from the summit. Upon reaching the trail head the sun broke through and sweaters and jackets were removed as we started the hike. The blueberries were plentiful and delicious, the mosquitoes few, and no Yellow Jackets. Then on top only Diamond Peak was visible, the rest of the Cascades veiled in smoky looking mist. During lunch on the summit we were entertained by swarms of orange butterflies and dragon flies that all seemed to be pairing off to fight or mate. Hoping they were all looking for love were Dan Bates, Tom Berkey, Margot Fetz, Sherwood Jefferies, Mary Morrison, and Royal Murdock.

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