I wish I could take my camera with me when I go skiing but I can’t risk falling and breaking it. That’s why I like snowshoeing. Similar scenery but much less danger to my camera. I thought we might not get to this year because the kids were not into it. But they complained, put their snowshoes on, and actually smiled. Except for that one moment when V decided she was done going uphill and turned back. Spoiler alert: she came back to us and was actually in a decent mood the rest of the way.


Creative mommy at home to two wonderful little girls, trying to juggle family, sewing, exercise, family, knitting, photography, and did I mention family?

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2 comments on “Snowshoeing
  1. Julia says:

    The photos are so beautiful – I think my favourite one is the second one with the leaves. I wish I could try snow shoes one time! I heard you have to practice a lot and that you it’s hard on the legs in the beginning, but it always looks like a fun way to move around in snow.


    • Thank you! Snow shoes are actually not that different from just plain walking. Modern ones aren’t super big and they’re light. It’s just a little bit awkward at first because you have to keep your legs just a little bit more apart. But then, most winter activities feel a little awkward at first, right? Skiing, skating, plain old walking (the ice! the snow that’s deeper than it looks!). Seriously, if you have access to snow and some place to rent snow shoes, it’s worth giving it a try!

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