A hike to the Observatory, a waterfall stop, and a cool lava flow help the Team decide on their name “Cherries on Top”

Hey there friends, family, and loved ones this is Vern Tejas with Team Cherries on Top.

Yes indeed, we found a name today and we went hiking up to the Observatory.

The weather was great. Everybody enjoyed it. It was a long hike up and a fun hike down. We got to stop at the Maidenhair Waterfall and we also saw a cool lava flow.

So stay tuned for the further adventures of Cherries on Top. Ta ta for now!

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