With such a winter wallop over the past two days, I knew it would be a wonderful Sunday to wander out there somewhere. Seeing as I was soloing, that somewhere needed to be smoothed out to get to in my little car, I did not want to get stuck, and it needed to be a safe place to saunter. I played it really safe and paid Glenbow Ranch another visit in such a short spam from when I last stopped in there.
I packed my microspikes but not my snowshoes.
There was much more snow than I anticipated, I quickly realized I did not go prepared. Thankfully others had been yesterday when the wallop ended and broke trail in their snowshoes, boots, and X-C skis. I mostly followed their tracks but broke some of my own too. Time was on my side as was the weather so I just stayed and played.
There were huge drifts and wind blown snow sculptures.
The wind was non existent & the sun was bright.
The sights were warming as was the tea!
Long after when I originally thought I would be finished, I still had the last uphill stretch to attack. Normally this would be a breeze but today nothing was breezy. I made it to my car, sat down, sighed and was glad this Sunday saunter was in the books. So that's my story!