Years ago, circumstances had me visiting the south a couple of times a year.
Driving past endless rows of cotton fields, I imagined that the cotton was clumps of snow that had attached to cold limbs.
The damp snow this week clung to a lilac bush and reminded me of how the cotton looked.
Barely visible beneath the ridge of Elk Mountain, trail lights shine for one of the last nights of night skiing for this season.
Still tons of snow on the slopes, check Elkskier.com for schedule and conditions!
Being a human, it’s difficult to imagine a comfortable home accessible only underwater. Yet our neighbor beavers find comfort and protection through the long winter in carefully constructed lodges.
Come out and enjoy some awesome skiing this Sunday and support a great cause!!!