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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

2/21/17 Glenburn Snowmobile Trail


Still lots of snow so snowmobile trails still our best chance. 25 degrees and sunny- a pretty day.


There had been lots of activity over the weekend so the snow was well packed with excellent footing. This part of the trail starts off across a large field. Today  only one snowmobile passed us - here at the start.



Into the woods





A section with dead trees. We tried to hike this in summer and found this section very wet - water had killed the trees - probably the work of beavers.


This time the trail had been used where it turns toward and we went a short distance along it before stopping for an apple break and then  turned back. I didn't want Kelley to over do it.


Heading back



This was an early ( first? ) school in Glenburn. Now full of junk.


In sight of the car and Kelley stopped. She sometimes does this because she doesn't want to stop but today I think she was tired.



Nice hike on a pretty day. Kelley did well. 1 3/4 hours

6 comments:

  1. I just adore that old school. I wonder why architects nowadays find it soooo difficult to produce a "well balanced" building like these old ones....that they probably built without even having plans. Anyway, it's gorgeous, and a shame that it seems to be starting to wave......
    We had upper 50's past three days---our snow is just about gone. Saw Waxwings and geese--roughly 3 weeks early for here. Yikes!

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    1. I don't know about architects either- it took some research to even find out what the building had been. We have upper 40's forecast for next few days - lots of snow left here

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  2. You had some fabulous blue skies!

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  3. Great old schoolhouse. You did a blog post on that once didn't you?

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    1. Yes, Kim - back when I was trying to learn what it had been and I think you asked what was in it

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