This is our gravel road --six miles to the highway.
If we get more snow and wind, it's blocked.
Right now, it's warming up, so the road is a little better!
Snow walking in the Breaks Pasture.
A lone antelope was paying more attention to Sue than to me.
See, the fence is buried.
There will be lots of fence to fix this spring & summer.
I'm getting all excited about the fact that I have a pair of used snowshoes on the way. I ordered this pair of traditional wooden snowshoes with the rawhide lacing from Ebay. I've never walked in this style before, but have wanted to try since deep, powdery snow or even wet snow can be hard to walk in with the modern aluminum snowshoes. You tend to sink in with the moderns, whereas the traditional style snowshoes have more float due to more surface area. It'll be a fun experiment. Since I got shoes used, I'm not out a lot of money compared to buying them new if I don't like wearing them. I'll be sharing my experience with you once they arrive!