I took the RZR for a little ride this afternoon up into the hills checking out what was happening up at the lakes. I mostly stayed warm except for my chin and throat under the helmet and my fingers. My lined pants did a fine job on keeping my legs warm and the heavy vest I bought last winter worked well for my upper body.
Thursday, November 25, 2021
CHECKING OUT WINTER
Unnamed pond between Madden and Burnell Lakes
Madden Lake where we had several pleasant lunches earlier in the fall
These two images are where I was exploring up a gas line until it got too steep, I'm on my way back down now.
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Wednesday, November 24, 2021
THE BITTER STRUGGLE BETWEEN FALL AND WINTER
We're at the time of year when winter is trying to take over but fall is resisting with everything it has. We had some snow yesterday morning and it looked like winter was here then it warmed up and the snow melted. I went for a walk up the river trail to document what was happening. Most of the leaves have succumbed to winter's onslaught but a valiant few hardy ones are still clinging to their host.
A shrubby bush
Wild Baby's Breath
Wild Baby's Breath
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Friday, November 19, 2021
GOLDENEYE DUCKS AND AMERICAN DIPPER CLOSEUPS
The last walk I did the Dipper let me get closer so I could get sharper photos.
It was a mad scramble!
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Thursday, November 18, 2021
ICE IN THE CREEK
For those already down in the warm southern states, here's what you're missing. For those of us remaining in the frozen north, here's a dose of reality. Sorry😔
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Tuesday, November 16, 2021
Friday, November 12, 2021
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