The biggest problem with Mailbox Peak is its lack of consistency. Some days it's an easy walk in the woods to a clear sky. Some days the night before sticks with you and it's all you can do to make the summit. And some days the mountain just doesn't want you there and tries to blow you away.
This was one of those trips where it all went well. The weather was great and I beat my previous trip's time by a minute. Not a huge improvement, but improvement nonetheless.
The weather on the summit was good enough we could relax a bit so Treen played fetch for a bit before we headed down.
Perhaps the only downside is that we're starting to see Spring-like conditions even though it's still supposed to be winter. That means although there's snow and ice above and below the rock field, a big portion of it is bare. Turn up your volume and press play.