Cycling In The Summer & Snowshoeing In The Winter

Spend a few hours when the weather is kind snowshoeing. Below minus ten it tends to be too cold and I have to dress in so many layers I feel like the abominable snow woman! I have both traditional snowshoes (teardrop shaped traditional native snowshoes) and aluminum ones. I use the traditionally made snowshoes when their is lots of light fluffly snow and the aluminum ones on packed snow. It's a great pastime and I see all sorts of animal tracks and recently saw a black weasel as well as a lone wolf.

Molly48 Molly48
46-50, F
Feb 11, 2010