We chillin’ out here skiing in the fog. Today after a period of rest we completed the journey of ascent on the magic mile lift, through the vapors. Today was the last day of slalom for the camp. A cold breeze took charge on the summit for the earlier portion of the day. As the morning progressed, we said ‘bye bye’ fog and the fog went home. Later in the afternoon the sun emerged, revealing the awe-inspiring skiing transpiring on the mountain. Midway through our amazing lunch, the clouds turned against us, discharging lots of H20 whilst the youngsters dashed for base camp sanctuary. When we made it down to the vans, it was very warm: hot chile peppers! Numerous beings relished the vertical gradient of the rock until the clouds began to cry and release water. During the afternoon rock climbing adventure, the perspiration from the clouds caused rock climber Lane H. to abandon his expedition for grandeur to the top of the rock. It is currently time for the final twofold days of giant slalom, the conclusive two days of the camp. Dinner was mad delectable.