Snow shoe warm up/down 45:00 
I got up for the Sebring 12 hour, but -18C was a bit cold for me to feel like cycling, so I went snowshoeing instead. I needed to find a route to get the bike from my yard to the path anyway.
The depth of snow didn’t really require snowshoes, but they were the right choice to maintain good footing given the ice and irregularities in the ground underneath the snow. I was surprised how many trees were down. I put a sampling on a Facebook and Instagram. They varied from the diameter of my leg to bigger than my torso. I’m going to need a much bigger saw to clear most of it.
The bridge over the river is gated for flooding. It is the first time it has ever been blocked. Too bad, because most of the interesting snowshoeing is on the other side,
I was dressed just right. The Swany glove/mitts are aces.