Two glorious days on snowshoes—with decent snow even—enjoying the Green River Reservoir State Park with the delightful company of Rob and Michael.
Cold (14F) and windy yesterday but great light. Today we were greeted with a couple inches of fresh snow, then turning much warmer (40F) and sunny. Much of the time we snowshoed around the edges of the lake, getting a unique perspective of the shoreline—vegetation, shadows of big trees on the snow, glacial erratics, animal tracks, lichens and much more.
I have sun and wind burn, a tired body, a big smile on my face and some lovely photographs. I’ll share more over the next few days.