Every winter, as the snow begins to pile up, we eventually reach the point where we can no longer just walk where ever we want; you have to take a path.
The photo above shows the “Dog Path” which is out in our pasture. It is where we take the Kona to do her business. She of course is pretty particular about finding exactly the right location, and will not foul the path, but once she finds a suitable place shel veers off into the deep snow where she does what she has to do with the snow up to her belly.
We have established three paths through the yard. One to the compost pile, another to the barn, and this third one out in the pasture. If we need to go to some other location, I will have to get the snowshoes out and make a new path.
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