Busy here as usual. We had snow on Saturday. The runners group that I belong to thinks there is a plot by the weatherpeople as we had fairly warm weather all week and then on the day of our long run we had fresh, skippery, slushy snow. A 16 km (10 mile) run is enough work for me without slipping and sliding.
Yesterday, Églantine and I went out with our cross-country ski club to ski. It was too warm for my liking but we enjoyed the views of fresh sticky snow on the trees and the sun was out for half the day which made it all even better.
This morning, Monday, the temperature was above freezing again and the snow was starting to melt. When we went out to do our dog walk with Calla this morning, all the trails on the property were full of tracks. Here was the best track photo of the day by Églantine. It's a single close-up shot of a wild turkey track. The tracks were very far apart and soon disappeared so I think that perhaps a fox was giving chase as there were fox tracks in the area going the same direction.
In addition to turkey and fox tracks, we saw deer, squirrel, rabbit, and coyote tracks that we could identify and tracks of two small animals, mice or voles, and other bird tracks in the snow as well as our dog and cats and ourselves. Perhaps I will have time to make a track collage later this week.