Coming with clouds?
The Bible says that when Jesus comes again, he will come with clouds (Matthew 24:30). Looking out this morning on where the Eiger used to be (!), today would be a good day for that...
Just after noon today, though, the clouds began to lift. They've thinned out a lot, we can almost see the top of the Eiger again, and the lower parts of the hill are clearly visible. The weather forecast suggests it'll be better tomorrow, and better still on Monday.
Today's been very much a lazy day. We've been down to the station to plan a couple of outings; the two we've keenest to do are the Jungfrau and the Hardy Kulm - which sounds like a church member. Oh, and the Grosse Scheidegg Rundfahrt ('roundtrip') - don't know now whether we'll be able to fit it all in; depends on the weather more than anything.
We've also wandered along the high street, done some shopping, had some coffee, had some more coffee, wandered back... More idyllic scenery for just wandering couldn't be imagined. It's now 6.30 - and it's the first evening that we've not had any rain. (Odd; no sooner had I finished typing that than it began to pour with rain!)
As I said yesterday, it's become clear that there are literally hundreds of things/trips to do among the most beautiful scenery imaginable.