We’d hoped to snowshoe at Strawberry Pass. We didn’t even make it out of our driveway! And no, I don’t much feel like describing the snow or the roads – it just gets repetitive and boring.
We did, however, get the dogs out, put on our snowshoes, crossed the street and explored for another hour-and-a-half on Walter’s property. We thought we might make it down to the lake – but no. We did go a fair way down but ran into a house of all things – way off in the middle of nowhere. We’ll continue to make more trails and map the terrain. I would think there’s a way down. More importantly, what I’d love is way up but it seems that this particular terrain is full of smaller ups and downs with none of the ridges affording really good views. To some extent this is because the area has not been badly logged and has pretty big trees on it. In the winter, it’s a good place to go when you can’t drive. Hurrah for having something to access from our front door!
Other than that – writing. I completed the short story I started yesterday. Yes, it’s dark – but I like it. I think I did well on it. I’m pleased.
Plans for tomorrow? Who knows? Although I may try to coerce someone to doing something with me.