Monday, March 1, 2010

Snowshoeing - Indian Kill Preserve

With nearby skiing kind of a mess, Holly and I got out for a short snowshoe walk today in the Indian Kill Preserve in Glenville. Temps were in the upper 30s and the snow was like wet cement, except on the trails where numerous others had passed before us. Snowshoes were hardly necessary, but the crampons underfoot provided some welcome traction at times. Last week's heavy wet snowfall is rapidly melting and it almost feels like spring. Unfortunately, winter in these parts is never over until it's over, and we've had some monster March storms over the years. I'm starting to look forward to biking again, but for now, the trainer will have to do.

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