Winter 2013 Part I

For many, winter represents a time to cozy up, hide out, stay warm.  And, right after the New Year, some choose to recuperate.  Not for us though … it’s time to rejoice and get outside!

Make sure you're with those who come prepared ...
Make sure you’re with those who come prepared …

… and make sure you’re excited about the adventure in front of you!

Let's go - I've got my coat on ...
Let’s go – I’ve got my coat on …

It’s time to play in the snow.

Line 'em up, and head for the hills!
Line ’em up, and head for the hills!

If you’ve read any of our posts, you know that it’s time to let the air out of those tires.  Get ’em down to  5 lbs, and make sure you keep your eye on the person behind you!  This is New Year’s day … and it is cold in Northern Idaho … Pinecrest, that is.

It is snowing, and it's deep out there.
It is snowing, and it’s deep out there.

The warmth of the truck camper is far behind us now.  We’ve views to enjoy, food to fellowship with, and fun to have.

This axle was not meant to be a snowplow, but ...
This axle was not meant to be a snowplow, but …

For you readers, it’s not all in the snow …

The trail is gone, but the creek shows the way up ...
The trail is gone, but the creek shows the way up …

… and with a little help from our friends, up we go.

Alley oop ... now what does that really mean?
Alley oop … now what does that really mean?

After a time in the mountains, hungry off-roaders head down for Pizza.  Then it’s time to discuss the things that need fixing and strengthening … and enjoy the day we’ve been given.  We are blessed indeed to live in the Northwest!

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