Winter hikes on The Lewis and Clark Trail On June 17, 2017June 28, 2017 By KimBuskingHendersonIn Lewis and Clark Trail, Missouri Department of Conservation, Uncategorized, Welton Spring Conservation Area, Winter hiking Winter hike above the Missouri River Winter hike above the Missouri River High winds from a recent storm were really too much for this old guy Doggie kisses! My friends Scott and his fur baby Cooper. Cooper is a Shiba Inu. If you’re familiar with the guy who wrote the amazing book “Lost on the Appalachian Trail, or have read the book, then you should recognize Cooper. He’s the same breed as the dog in that book…Katana Signature rock tree. Hikers stop here, find a rock, sign it and put in the big pile around the tree. Cooper has his own rock! Mine says Kim H 3/18/17 Let’s Go Blues! Blues hockey is my other passion! Share this:TweetEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Your version of winter hiking made me smile. Our’s usually involves snow and icy trails 🙂 I think I like your’s better!
LOL! Yes our winter was just cold with a bit of snow and a few ice storms. Cold hiking is my favorite but your snowy picture…oh I want to do that!
Winter hiking is so different from warm weather hiking. As long as it’s not too cold, it is beautiful 🙂