We are friends with LeeAnn who is the founder owner of Single Horizons, which put on the event at Crawford Lake Conservation Area.
It was a cold day, -5C with a windchill of -12C, but a nice day to throw on some snowshoes and tramp through the forest.
Teena and I have done this a few times before and always walk away talking about buying our own snowshoes and doing this on our own.
We were out for about an hour and a half and, once back at the Visitor Center, LeeAnn had set up an excellent lunch for us.
Afterward Teena and I went for a walk, snowshoe-free, on the raised bridge that loops around Crawford Lake, built to protect the wildlife and plantation of the area.
It was a great day and, as I write this, my legs are telling me that they had a good workout.
Here is Teena as she is putting on her snowshoes.
Here I am along the trail
Teena during our walk on the raised bridge around Crawford Lake