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Sunday, January 10, 2016

January X-Country Skiing Style. . .

All suited up and rarin' to go.  The Young Master models his skis and Mom's fleece-lined Minnesota "Vern Hat" as she calls it.

What do you do on a cold, blustery, and snowy January day in Michigan?  Get out into the open of course atop your cross-country skis!  The Young Master and I skied our back and front yards earlier this afternoon during a pause between these mini-systems that are predicted to blow through with light snow all week long.  Who knows?  We might actually have enough on the ground to ski one of our nearby nature reserves next weekend.

-- Heinz-Ulrich

And he's off!

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