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January 11, 2017


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Really lovely to see all that snow! The quiet must be amazing. And all that wildlife. Lucky Lady!


May I join you on snowshoes in that pristine landscape before spring breaks through …


"On Coyote Hill, I snowshoed through fresh powder, an unbroken white expanse—sweat-inducing and heart-pumping but oh so lovely".

Thank you for painting such a vivid picture of your cabin and Rockies....which I can enjoy here in the Central Valley [where the rain--yes!---pours this morning].


Oh, the snow! Digging out of the white stuff in my neck of the woods as well. I'm running out of places to put the snow. Next week's forecast, rain. Ugh!

R.L. Maizes

As always, a wonderful view into your nature's paradise. Thanks, Kathy.

Furry Gnome

Wonderful! We had two feet earlier this winter too. Isn't snowshoeing in such fresh deep snow something special!

Kathy Kaiser

I agree, snowshoeing through deep snow is something special. We have to enjoy it while we can.

Brent, sorry for the rain, because it will turn to ice (and sorry about the Packers).

Shoney, you're probably happy about the rain. No more drought in California, from what I hear.

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