We were given just 36 hours to figure it out. There was the potential for a small break in the clouds early Saturday and as we headed into November, it would likely be one of the last clear sunrises of the year up Seymour.
"Do we go?" we asked ourselves.
There were so many reasons to say no – too short notice, the chances of sunrise were slim, it was going to be cold AF....
But opportunities like this are what we live for and they don't come around often. There was no way in hell we were going to miss it. Sunrise or not, whether it was 2 of us or 200 of us, we'd be up there, waiting on it.
While the rest of the city was just waking up, wondering what they were going to do with their day, 200+ strong we were on top of the world, waiting on sunrise and living up to our rule of experiencing more by 9AM than most will in their entire day.
200+ strong on just 36 hours notice. That's the type of community we are.
Now were we rewarded?
Well, we'll let the pictures speak for themselves...