Eric Pinder, who worked as a weather observer at the Observatory for seven years, describes the joys and terrors of living in the clouds and explains Mount Washington's geology and weather. The Observatory crew find much to enjoy in their icy home - even when it means dealing with 100 mph winds, wandering moose, and odd questions from visitors (Can you see New Hampshire from here?"). Of course, they are also treated to spectacular sunsets, spine-tingling thunderstorms, and breathtaking toboggan runs. Visit Eric's homepage here to learn more about him: www.ericpinder.com This program is free and suitable for ages 8 and older.
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