We took advantage of another round of snow overnight and went for a sledding outing this morning. Beautiful, fresh, unblemished, knee deep snow turned out to not be great sledding snow. Instead we enjoyed the solitude of a winter’s walk. Click the thumbnails below for a larger view.
A Winter’s Walk
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