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Storm Rolling In

By the time we finished our lunch a storm had started to roll in. The top of Mount Columbia was already blending in with the clouds and the sun was just a bright spot behind the clouds. We weren't in any danger with this storm, but we also didn't want to get caught in the more intense storm that came later in the day.
The second Harvard Lake had a better view of Mount Harvard - the peak off to the right in this photo.

By the time we finished our lunch a storm had started to roll in. The top of Mount Columbia was already blending in with the clouds and the sun was just a bright spot behind the clouds. We weren't in any danger with this storm, but we also didn't want to get caught in the more intense storm that came later in the day.
The second Harvard Lake had a better view of Mount Harvard - the peak off to the right in this photo.

Storm Rolling In

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