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An economy of Words Wednesday - Winter Snowshoe - Woodstock NH

White Mountains , Pemigewasset River, Animal & People tracts.

A clean slate.

 

Coyote seen in the yard last night.

Oxbow..or secondary branch off the main river.

 

The main branch only a third of the river remains unfrozen.

Blow down from the last strong wind.

One mile out and time to turn around

Barely visible fence posts, are actually 4 ft tall..1/2 a mile from home.

Almost home..no need for bread crumbs.

No longer a clean slate..and a good work out as well.

Try a snow shoe, when you get ten feet of snow or more each year this is the way to see your surroundings. If you're lucky you may see many animal tracts, and no people tracts like I did today.

                       

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Comment balloon 13 commentsSteve Loynd • February 25 2009 02:13PM
An economy of Words Wednesday - Winter Snowshoe - Woodstock NH
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