Fall has come to the mountains. The afternoon thundershowers of last month are gone. The days are clear, bright and warm. The nights chilly. (Ice formed in Lea's Camel back left out on the bear box.) The trip was a great success, with the unusual feature of a rotating cast of climbers. Some people came up early and climbed Fri and Saturday, some climbed Saturday and Sunday then beat the traffic by going home. And a few climbed Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Dozier Dome was again popular, as was Stately Pleasure Dome, and a few ventured onto the thin faces of the South Flank of Daff (such as Hogwash, 10c.) Campfires were great with important conversations about safety, as well as general conversations about life.