Monthly Archives: February 2019

Mount Lepsoe – Hard Core

Okay, Ben and I have officially taken extreme snowshoeing to a new level. And I’m not exactly saying this is a good thing. But hey! Simple little shoe – just Mount Lepsoe. No big deal. Besides, KMC members had laid … Continue reading

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After the Snowfall

Yes – sunshine after the snow. It’s good that we have Walter’s 60ish acres across the street and then all that crown land behind it. I snowshoed for 2.5 hours this morning – slow because breaking trail was interesting: gorgeous … Continue reading

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Snow Day

Snow. And more snow. Simon snowblowed (snowblew?) the driveway this morning. I don’t even want to think how deep it is now. Deep enough you’d never guess he did a darn thing. In all of this, fighting with the water … Continue reading

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Mechanical Issues

Once again, our hike to Crow Mountain is cancelled. We had mechanical issues. Simon has been working on them all day. It’s a shame because it may be damn cold today but the sun has been shining in a blue … Continue reading

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The Wolf Revisited

We went with plan F or possibly Z today. And it was a fabulous day. The sistahs joined usĀ and off we went to go up what I am calling Wolf Ridge. That said, there was a skin track that we … Continue reading

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Changes

  The top photo was taken today on our dog walk at Butter – lynx tracks – pretty cool. The other two are thanks to Peter Stent – me laboriously (and happily) breaking trail up to Cherry Street Station. Simon … Continue reading

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The Zombie Zone

Simon just put it perfectly – the place where we both are: The Zombie Zone. I find it challenging to describe a mood like this. Not angry. Not sad. Not anything at all really. It’s this feeling of a grey … Continue reading

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