For the second time, we woke to rain drops hitting us in the face. Again, we scrambled to put on the fly and it immediately quit raining. We may never figure out this mountain weather. We started the day with a 1900 ft climb to the Continental Divide at Georgia Pass. We topped out at almost 12,000 ft. The views were amazing. At the top, we ran into some pleasant mountain bikers and thru hikers Alan and Eleanor. Just after the crest, the Colorado Trail joined with the Continental Divide Trail. So, I guess we get credit for section hiking the CDT too. The decent off of Georgia Pass was long and rocky and wore us both out. We setup the tent early because we were tired. It was good timing again as there was a pretty intense thunderstorm around us on the peaks.