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18 12 2015

Storm and Sundance

Awwww. Sundance gives Storm a little smootchie-smootchie.

Storm and Sundance

All’s well that ends well. 🙂

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18 12 2015
Prairie girl

You can just tell they are happy in winter!
Wow. Beyond gorgeous beasts. 🙂

18 12 2015
TJ

They don’t seem to mind the snow at all. Just another day on their home range. 🙂

18 12 2015
Sue Story

Such a heart warming pic TJ. Okay, another question for you. Are the winter (read snow packed!) roads out at the Basin passable with 4WD or is it a snowshoes and provisions kind of undertaking?

18 12 2015
TJ

If it’s really cold, the snow is frozen and good to drive on. That sounds strange; snow IS frozen?! But when the temperature is approaching the freezing mark, even in the 20s with our strong sunshine, the snow and – more importantly – the mud underneath is getting to the “you’d better think about calling it a day” stage or not driving in at all. The road leading to the basin often is a good indicator; if it’s dicey, you really don’t want to risk it. These very cold (single-digit) temps this week allowed me to drive to the interior and hike, but I hike in a lot from farther up the valley (the Disappointment Road, which runs adjacent to the basin for several miles).

18 12 2015
Sue Story

Thank you so much for the info TJ. I know what you’re talking about – the “mashed potatoes” feel of thawing mud under snow. Been there many times on walks with my bulldog, and I can see how driving on that stuff would be very risky. Thanks again!

18 12 2015
TJ

You bet!

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