On warmer winter days in Winnipeg, if the snow has not all been fully scrape from the sidewalks, walking can be a good workout. In the mushy sections, it’s a full step forward, then a half back. You can see it when you look down at the slip and slide footprints.
I somehow don’t think it’s as difficult for the dogs, whose prints seem more sure or are often seen off to the side on the now snow-covered lawns.
You spend a lot of time looking down on these type of walks, trying make sure you don’t slip. For me, it also means lots of interesting photo opportunities.
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Lovely! Stay warm xx
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