It is a cold start– Twenty below, with wind, so it feels like thirty below. Perfectly clear sky– the stars are tremendous. It will be a bright sunny day.
This is the kind of day we typically lose power–
It may actually be too cold for me to be out much today, unfortunately. Yesterday, Jon and I pushed back into an area of woods (recently logged) I hadn’t yet explored, off Mensink Road. We were on snowshoes, and the snow depth was about two feet. I wanted to go back and continue my exploration– thinking I could make very quick time into the woods, using our broken, packed-down track from yesterday. I don’t know if I am up to it, with the cold.
This is the coldest start to January that I can remember. It bodes well, I hope, for a great Winter season here in the Northern Adirondacks.