Turns out it’s not the shoes, after all; it’s the snowshoes (and the balaclava)

Rather than let a little thing like winter slow us down, we took the opportunity to head north, driving eight hours to the White Mountains of New Hampshire for a week of snowshoeing. We had limited internet, but plenty of cold and now that we’re home, I’ll try to put together a few posts about the week. In the meantime, here are a few teasers.

Diana’s Bath

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Muddy Paw

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The treeline on Mt. Washington

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The ice castle at Loon Mountain

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In my last post, I suggested that shoes make the man. I was wrong.  It’s not the shoes.  It’s the snowshoes.

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And the balaclava (wind chills hovering around 40 degrees below zero at the treeline on Mt. Washington).

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