Snow Day

I have been taking a photo of my first commuter bike on the same location during snow days for a few years. Some of them have been lost. A few are still around.

I though my bikejournal.com “bit” challenge would be put on hold for a while with today’s snow. Things are looking up since most of it on the bike path and roads has dissipated. We’ll see what the upcoming severe cold snap does to that game. “Biking be damned says my dogs. We don’t bike, we walk and run.” So we did this morning. The cat said, “see youse when you get back. I’ll guard the house”.

3 thoughts on “Snow Day

  1. I love that you captured the snowy landscape in such a way where it felt like being carried into the wilderness.

    I miss the days when we had really heavy snow in the UK as I loved the snow days the most, and it was always a good reason to wrap up warm with a nice movie to watch.

    We did have a little amount of snowfall a few days ago which lasted no more than a day, though seeing these photos remind me of the snow days I loved growing up.

    Great photos, John!

    Keep up the awesome work you’re doing!

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    1. Thank you for your encouraging comment. We don’t get much snow here on the south coast of Massachusetts. The shallow waters here moderated the temperature warming us in winter and cooling us in summer.

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      1. You’re welcome, John.

        I won’t lie, the fact we hardly get snow our end isn’t surprising, though it’s nice to see the beauty of Winter every once in a while 🙂

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