On July 23rd we hiked the 1.3 mile Interpretive Loop of Mount Rose Meadows with the Tahoe Ability Program. It was a cool morning and though smoke from nearby wildfires slightly obscured the surrounding mountains, the view from the trailhead was beautiful. Light purple Sierra Daisies lined the wide flat dirt trail and popped up throughout the meadow. Erin led the group, speeding ahead on the Grit Chair, while Jeffery and Bob brought up the rear, taking their time dancing and playing tricks on each other. Along the way there were many conversations, questions, and stops to look at the interpretive signs about the ecosystem of the meadow. When we reached the end of the trail, everyone got a chance to try out the GRIT chair. Though it was easier for some than others, everyone agreed that they’d had a grit time.