The lady manning the lookout seemed nervous about my radio interfering with hers. I gave us some space by hiking down the east slope a bit to a spot that was actually an ideal operating location. It was about 60 vertical feet below the summit, so it was well within the SOTA activation zone of 80 vertical feet. I hung my 20/40m dipole from a limb of the tree in the center of the shot. Just beyond the tree the terrain drops off abruptly to the northeast. The solar panels aren't mine, they were already there (and I didn't tap into them for power).