Saturday, December 19, 2015


Is it already almost Christmas?!

We did not get nearly enough snow last winter. The lack of snowpack in the mountains was devastating (extremely low rivers, drought, summer wildfires, etc.). This winter, though, is starting out pretty good, and we're hoping the snow lasts. Plus, I have (after 15 years of complaining about the cold) become quite the snow lover, so I'm having fun playing in it!

Here are a few pictures from a walk around the neighborhood and a snowshoeing trip on Mt. Spokane.


Maile said...

I love your photos! My favorites are the first one (with the star) and the last one (with Isaac)! So fun!

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