Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Still Buried Under the Snow

It's been a long winter up here on the North Shore.

It has been the coldest winter in over 30 years.  Lake Superior nearly froze over.  It was also the snowiest winter in recent memory.  Today is April 1st and we still have several feet of snow on the ground, with word of more snow this weekend.

Remember two years ago, when we were out hiking without coats in mid-March?  yeah.

Of course, last year we received almost two feet of snow in mid-April.  Perhaps I should hold off on calling this the "longest winter ever"??

Thankfully, it has not been as hard on me as last year's winter was.  Joe and I are planning to hit the trails as soon as they dry out, so stay tuned!  We've got dozens of State Parks to hike and explore, many trails to bike, and lots of fun to be had.  No worries about us!

See you outside soon!

1 comment:

  1. Discovered you through MetaFilter. Reading via RSS. I'm excited to read about your adventures!