Saturday Morning Snowshoeing

A light snow has been falling all day. Hannah and I rousted ourselves from the sofa to do a little snowshoeing. Today we headed to the west – a wooded area that in the winter we refer to as Narnia.


It was peaceful as we wandered through areas that are challenging to walk through at any other time of the year due to the underbrush.


There were animal tracks everywhere – a veritable super highway. Today the falling snow blurred the edges of the tracks making it hard to figure out what critter had passed here before us. These are some of the track images taken over the last week.

It’s a little odd to know that when we’re not looking there’s so much activity outside!

Past Snowshoeing Posts
29 December 2012: Snowshoeing the Back 40
20 January 2012: Snowshoeing Through Narnia
26 December 2011: Snowshoeing 101

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One Response to Saturday Morning Snowshoeing

  1. Mitja says:

    Beautiful pictures as usual…

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