woods and rambles

11.21.2011

Just a few more photos from our hike last Saturday. It was 60 degrees today.. I hope this weather sticks around so I can get in another hike before snow happens.

That reminds me. I really want to try snow shoeing this year. How does that work? I wonder if there's a place I can go and rent snow shoes. And then, where do you go snow shoeing? Is it like cross country skiing type terrain? Or can I get some elevation in there? I think I need more sleep.


23 comments:

  1. Ooooh snow shoeing sounds like fun!
    Gorgeous photos!
    Much love, Bailey from Vanilla Blonde

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  2. It looks so beautiful there! I live in FL so theres no beautiful fall leaves or cold weather :( That last picture you posted is so amazing! Hopefully we will get stationed somewhere as beautiful as that!

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  3. I've been snow shoeing once. The person I went with was a seasoned pro, and I was all worried about being cold. I quickly learned that the actual snow shoeing part keeps your heart rate up and keeps you toasty warm!

    These are lovely photos. I hope you get another hike in too!

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  4. wow, that's incredibly nice weather for late November!

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  5. Sigh. I read your blog and feel guilty that I don't spend as much time outside as you. We live in Colorado--you'd think I'd be in the mountains every day! BUT! I must say that since discovering your blog, you've inspired a hiking excursion on more than one occasion. :)

    Reverie

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  6. Snow shoeing is on my winter to-do list tooooooo!! :D

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  7. Beautiful photos. I live in AZ so I have no idea about snow or anything that goes along with it. Haha. I'm hoping it gets colder here because it is supposed to be 79 on Wednesday isn't that just disgusting? Haha anyways, thanks for the beautiful fall inspiration. If you get the chance, stop on over and check out my giveaway.

    Bekah
    If Work Permits

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  8. Oh my! these photos are lovely! I really want to snow shoe too. I live in Oregon, and I have plenty of opportunities to do this, so thank you for reminding me to make it happen!

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  9. haha! Snow shoeing sounds fun. let me know if you find out where to go.

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  10. so pretty! it's gotten too cold and gloomy here now. =[

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  11. Come to Colorado and we'll fumble our way through snow shoeing together! I promise to fall down a lot and make it extra amusing.

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  12. I would love to live in a country where you can go on actual hikes, without everybody else taking the exact same walk when the weather is nice ;) You're very lucky!

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  13. it looks like you had so much fun. my husband loves outdoor activities. hiking is like.. his favorite thing in the world.
    what a beautiful place!


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  14. You're coming with me :) We have extra pairs of course!!! And we can snowmobile!

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  15. I love all of your hiking photos! It's inspiring me to get out and enjoy the outdoors some more before it gets too warm :)

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  16. I was gonna say the same thing....go with Alexi....it's really fun!

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  18. amazing pictures :) hope you had fun :)

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  19. aw, i've always wanted to go snow shoeing. it sounds so magical. can't wait to see pictures if you do. they will be perfect!
    xo TJ

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  20. snow shoeing is a lot of fun! i go with my boyfriend's family every winter. we take the dogs and go on the same hiking trails as we do in the summer.

    i believe you can rent them at certain parks--we snowshoed mount royal in montreal last year at school (so amazing!!) and we rented the snowshoes there.

    enjoy! :)

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  21. The way you captured the woods on your hike is truly breath taking. What an amazing view to hike through! -JB.

    http://madewithlovebyjackieb.blogspot.com/

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  22. I want to try snowshoeing too! Last time we were at REI I saw some that were pink and I was like well obviously this is the sport for me! Haha, let me know what you find out.

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