The air was cold (under 40, I'd guess) so we built a nice fire and huddled around it while we cooked our dinners. (By "cooked," I mean that Renee showed me how to collect and filter water from the creek, and how to light the stove. Then we boiled water and poured it into our Backpacker's Pantry and Mountain House dehydrated entrees. Which were better than you'd imagine!) I experimented with different modes on the camera and got some neat effects.
Later, the clouds finally parted and we got a great view of the "Super Moon," the largest perigee moon in almost 20 years!