We welcomed our 2nd snow last week with over 14 inches of powdery fluff. Olin and I reveled outside building a snowman, strolling around with the Burley We-Ski, and practicing balance on her snowboard. Thank goodness for the Solo trailer, because I was able to steal a few laps right in our backyard and jump logs in the snow-covered driveway. I made sure we got outside every day before the snow melted. I am so thankful we have the trailer to be able to get outside, even on the chilly days, and share the stuff we love with Olin! Here is a video from our first Burley winter hike with Olin in the single digits up at Roan Mountain! I can't wait to pull her behind on snowshoe hikes this year and skijouring dates!!!
Dobby and Taco ran circles around us in the snow. They were stoked about our new white yard.
It has been a very relaxing end to October with homemade pies and snowfall. We celebrated Day of the Dead to welcome in November and remember our loved ones who have passed away.
Adventures exist every day, you just have to go out and seek them. We took a drive out to Eagle Nest about 15 minutes from Angel Fire. We went thrifting and picked Olin up some old Disney VHS tapes which she absolutely loves, along with a pair of Smith Youth Goggles for a solid buck! Score! We drove to the end of Eagle Nest to embrace getting out of the house and ended up in the parking lot of the Enchanted Circle Gateway Museum where we met Lisa. She taught us how to properly toss a tomahawk into a chunk of wood. Lisa made our day, and she helped Olin spell her name with crayons by a crackling wooden fire. I was captivated by the large 3-ring binder of hiking trails in the greater Northern New Mexico area. The museum was a hidden gem, and we were pumped to have stumbled across it. You never know what diamonds are hidden in your backyard! Go 'splore!
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