"If you are going to walk on thin ice,
you might as well dance."
Which is exactly the attitude the locals here are taking!!!
Not much snow?...So go hiking!!!
Of course...the mountain is making snow fast and furiously...
and if you're a follower of all that leads up to the Olympics,
you might be aware that the Olympic snowboard trials were held here this weekend!
Yeah...we might not be swimming in snow...
but there's still a lot going on!!!
Enchanting ice formations. Especially love the sharp arc shape in the second one.ReplyDelete
There seems to be a lot going on in your corner of the world….love the fast rushing water in the second shot!ReplyDelete
Nie work, melting ice & running waterReplyDelete
ice kunst, verry nice !ReplyDelete
Not sure about the skating Chieftess, but I'd join you in a hike anytime you like :)ReplyDelete
The ice formations look lovely!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous shots of the ice and the water.ReplyDelete
Thanks all!!! There's usually some great ice skating too on some of our lakes above us...but with all the warmth and lack of snow, I'm not sure if they're skating...ReplyDelete
Wow. Striking photos.ReplyDelete
These ice shapes look like horses to me.ReplyDelete
A friend of mine saw horses too!!!ReplyDelete
I feel quite refreshed. (Second photo: Baby chimp, facing right.)ReplyDelete
I see the baby chimp!!!ReplyDelete
Hiking in January? It's warm and dry around here too. Lovely photos.ReplyDelete
I see a heart in the first ice photo. Lovely images!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I love the running water under the ice!ReplyDelete
Ha-ha, like the quote! Yeah, it's more hiking than skiing weather around here too. But I'm still skiing anyway.ReplyDelete
Lovely shots of the ice. Here's hoping you get some snow soon.ReplyDelete
Oh, this is wonderful!!! I also see horses, a heart and the cute baby chimp!ReplyDelete
Not only do I see horses, I see sea horses!ReplyDelete
Very nice pics Kathryn.
OK...yeah...I think I see a sea horse too!!!ReplyDelete