About 10 of us use the lodge for long weekend in June and September to setup, operate and teardown a major ham radio contest operation.
We stay in one of the bunk rooms and eat in the lodge.
The lodge is a classic 1930 stone and timber lodge, built to survive the mountain location. The dinner restaurant serves the best local ingredients, impeccably prepared on a fixed menu for the night. The definitely cater to special dietary needs.
It's a great throw back experience to go on a long journey, sit in simple, rugged surroundings, eat excellent food, and enjoy the environment.
The weather can be dense fog in the clouds or crystal clear views for 100 miles. Either way, you know you are not in the usual environment.
After dinner there is usually a fire in the fireplace and an eclectic group sitting around talking.
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