No fresh snow, but lots of fresh frost to snowshoe on these days. We went playing in the morning shadows and traversed the animal tracks in the woods. Once the sun popped up over the trees we were in the valley bottom and got to soak up some sunrays as we walked up the frozzen river bed of the Dranse de l'Entremont. Quite a unique experience.
There are so many beautiful options to take once you are in your snowshoes! All you need is a bit of patience to watch how nature welcomes you to come take a look. It is almost easier to observe nature in winter than in any other season - as long as you are dressed warm enough!
So after having had a blog on blogger, which is still active, since 2007 I am now venturing to make a new one that is (supposedly) going to be wayyyy better! I hope you are ready to help me and come on this virtual trip. Any suggestions are welcome. I have sooooo many photos and just dont know how to share them correctly, so I am hoping this will help. On verra... See you on the other side of this snowflake!
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