Friday 6 January 2017

Moguls and Beaver Mountain

    Okay, I guess the bumps in the snow you see in the photo are not technically “moguls” since the definition says that moguls are bumps on a ski slope formed by repeated turns of skiers.  Certainly these bumps weren’t  made by skiers, they were made by drifting snow hung up on plants, but I didn’t know what else to call them.  
    This photo was taken on one of those cold clear days in McBride, looking toward Beaver Mountain from Horseshoe Lake Road.  It has warmed and clouded up since I took the picture, but more cold weather is on its way starting next week.

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