Sunday, February 26, 2012


This past Monday was President's Day, as all you U.S. residents were probably aware. It was BYU's last day off of the semester, so I tried to make the most of it. Andrew and I decided to go snowshoeing for a bit in the afternoon. We drove up Provo Canyon and found a pretty good trail. I'd never been snowshoeing before but it's pretty fun! You have to make sure you go in some deep powder though, that's where the real fun begins. Also, make sure you fall down in the snow at least once. Making a snow angel is optional.

1 comment:

LiNds said...

Sounds so fun! I remember reading in the book 'BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE' about his experience with pot-holing while hiking in winter. It made me remember elementary days so it was fun teaching my California Korean Kindergarten students about snowshoeing. It required a lot of sherades and then we used Trader Joes bags to pretend to snowshoe. The handles worked well as 'straps.' I'm glad you guys had a great time!