It’s lovely to get a light touch of winter.
Snow on the morning of Dec. 8, 2017.
A little snow in East Texas.
You had snow and we didn’t!! SO weird . . .
I was visiting near Wimberly and that snow was a big surprise! We camped at Big Bend NP two nights ago in a campground with a recent covering of snow. Also not expected! Very pretty, but I’m not a big fan of COLD.
The snow surprised us too, it was not in the forecast!
About 28 years ago, so before phones and weather apps, we camped in a tent at Big Bend at Thanksgiving, and it went down to 14 degrees! That was the night I learned that I should pay attention when I see the ground squirrels plugging the holes to their burrows with dried grass. It is not just a cute habit they have. 🙂
It was pretty for you, wasn’t it? We have had a light dusting but nothing measurable. Jim and I wouldn’t mind a bit more snow this winter than the last couple. We didn’t snowshoe at all last year, I don’t think. 🙂
I would like to try snowshoeing some time. I bet you have to be fit to get very far!
I would love to have more cold weather than we do. I just have to document it when it happens, so I can look back at photos and try to cool myself off a little in August! 🙂
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We first snowshoed in 2013-14, I think. Then the next 2 winters were not very snowy! And YES, you do need to be pretty fit. But it’s a great way to enjoy being outside in the winter, without needing mountains to do it. 🙂
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