With hopes of a sunnier afternoon, we took the weather forecast for its word and headed up to Mount Cammerer to behold its spring beauty.
Breaks in the clouds above offered rare glimpses of blue skies while everything else remained socked in.
Shortly after we left, the clouds broke and we could see peaks and valleys all around, so we immediatley returned to the tower to soak it all up.
With the sun's reintroduction, the Trout Lilies began to open their droopy heads.
Even the Spring Beauties burst open with the sun's help to cover the mountain in white for miles and miles.
Low Gap was adorned with a blanket of White Fringed Phacelia.
At trail's end we were treated to one of a few large Vasey's Trillium.