You just never know when you strap on the snow shoes where you can go or what you might find when you do go.
The trekking was perfect, snow falling, temperature not too cold, no tracks, and no time limit.
The snow didn’t stop for almost a day and we were left buried in almost 2 feet, in many places, and I couldn’t wait to make the first tracks…….and so I go out. My favorite winter time sport; snow shoeing. I’ve collected a couple extra pair so I can bring along friends and it’s a great way to do things, go places, and see sights that one wouldn’t normally see in the winter.
Today the adventure included a little hidden paparazzi. I may have done a little posing and then took a picture of the picture for a little reminder of the fun. I’m not so sure I have the rack that this guy was hoping to shoot, but I’m sure I’ll put a smile on his face when he uploads his pictures! Made me think of my brother. I’ve got some good ideas now for my next trip back home with some of his cameras. Can’t believe I hadn’t thought of this sooner!
I also loved the waving from the lady, tucked snug in her house, when we popped up out of the trees and found ourself in her back yard. I always wonder what people think when they see others out doing crazy stuff in even crazier weather. Her big smile and even bigger wave leads me to think that she, on some level, wished she was out enjoying the sights of the snow storm her own self.
And so I trek on…….
The day is fading, no sun set, but somehow the snow continues to twinkle as it continues to fall and I’m thankful for living a life that takes me to places unpathed, unmarked, and picture perfect.
Groovy Girls Go………..Say Cheese