|A Snowshoe Hare|
While snowshoeing we saw lots of animal tracks including those of the Snowshoe hare. I haven't seen one of those since I was a child. There must be a lot of them now as there were tracks all over the place. I was lucky on this trip to see one! I like how the trip leader, Nowell, wrote up about our little rabbit meet-up:
"Consequently, he sat not 10 feet away from us for several minutes allowing us to admire him, and sensed that we were some kind of strange two-legged creatures placed there to admire him, take pictures, and to listen to Carolyn whispering sweet nothing into his beautiful long ears."
|More cougar tracks and bunny tracks|
|We crossed lots of fallen trees|
|Got to have a pic of me|
After snowshoeing for 5 hours, we reached the animail viewing platform. Some people attempted to climb up the stair while wearing their snowshoes. It was very challenging! But as you can see some made it to the top.
You can view
|This upcoming Sunday Feb. 12 we will be snowshoeing to Livingston Springs|