Thank you, Allen. Stay in and keep warm .. nothing is what it seems sometimes .. and you’ll never know what’s underneath the snow unless you’re very familiar with the path/s and that there aren’t any big holes below it. Wishing you a beautiful weekend. Namaste
I noticed that people had broken a path through the snow at a local forest that I visit often, so I decided to follow it one cold and cloudy day. The snow was well packed and easy to walk on and squeaked under my boots. For those of you who have never experienced real cold; when it’s really cold the snow squeaks when it’s walked on, and it does that so nature nuts know that it’s too cold to be out walking on it. At least, that’s my theory.
The path was also only 1 person wide and if you stepped off it into the soft snow at the sides you found yourself up to your knees in it. I suspected that would be the case so I thought ahead for a change and wore my knee high gaiters. I seem to be having some hip trouble so snowshoes aren’t…
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