Hi everyone, I've been pretty busy lately so not much time on steemit as a result. Still been getting out hiking lots through the nasty winter we had, so I'm going to post some hike series from that and try to catch up.
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However, getting to the top of these mountains, the sun was low, it was -20°C and about 6 inches of fresh powder overnight hanging int he trees and ice crystalls falling through the rays of sun. Quite a site!
Tree Bombs however kept us snow shoeing with our hoods on. Ever couple minutes, a slight breeze would blow some snow from a tree and it would create a huge chain reaction of snow bombs dropping thorugh the forest and covering EVERYTHING. You can see the snow blocking the view through here, just from the chain reaction. Otherwise it was clear skies!
Hope you like these pics, I hope to get a bunch more out soon.