Sunday, January 24, 2010

How Californians Play in the Snow

How Californians Play in the Snow:

1. Pick one of the many mountain ranges and drive to it.
2. Find some mountains that are really high. You're likely to find snow.

3. Drive up the mountain. Take a lot of pictures, just so long as you aren't the one driving.
4. Find a lookout spot on the side of the road and pull over.

5. Build that mountain snowman that your kid has been talking about ever since he found out that it doesn't snow in our new home.
6. Give the snowman arms. Take pictures.

7. Check out the awesome scenery. Take some more pictures.
8. Initiate snowball fight. Repeat.

9. After a great deal of snowball fighting fun, do a bit of roadside trail trekking.
10. Drive home to the 50-some degree average winter temperatures, glad that you can visit the snow without having to deal with six months of it.

"They are wet with the showers of the mountains, and embrace the rock for want of a shelter." 
Job 24:8
Hunter is 4 years, 10 months old

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