It snowed 12″ here at home, and my normal hiking/walking/exercise route got that much harder.
But, when you’re training for a big hiking trip like the Tahoe Rim Trail, you can’t let a little (or even a lot of) snow stop you from getting out there and training.
Thankfully, the sun was shining and the wind was calm.
And you know what?
It was an awesome hike.
And that’s often how it goes. But even if it is nasty like it’s supposed to be tomorrow, I’ll still be out there. Because goals are a lot harder to accomplish if you constantly wait for things to be perfect.
It’s rarely going to be perfect.
So don’t let that stop you.
PS how do you take a photo or video when the snow is soft and fluffy and your tripod would just sink into the snow?
You set the tripod on a ziplock bag, of course!
PPS I had a setback with my broken rib(s) healing – I slipped on the ice. Not fun. But I’m feeling like I’m back on the mend. So more hiking to come!