On a recent snowshoe hike in our woods, we not only saw many wolf tracks but also came across this tree which the wolves (I'm assuming it was more than one!) used to mark their territory. I'd never seen a tree completely encircled by multiple urine spots.
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This is what you get when temps are up near melting, then plummet, and it starts to snow.
We've had a steady snow most of the day today but only about 2 inches of accumulation. The forecast is for heavier snow yet tonight.
When going out for the mail today, we were surprised to see the main road snow covered and looking fairly slippery. The temperature must be at that particular point where the salt and sand spread on the road don't make for much melting.
We're glad to be home safe, sound and warm. (Well, safe and warm for certain.) And since our daughter no longer has the hour drive to get home from her work at night, this mama can cross that worry off her list. Life is good!