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Moonlight snowshoe hike


Trip Report/Photos from BillyB1976

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The moon was almost full so I decided to go out for a moonlight snowshoe hike.  The full moon for February is called the Snow Moon. 

This is a snowshoe trail I made in my own neighborhood, just a few feet from my house.  The trail is short, about 0.6 miles end to end.  I hiked to one end and turned around, so my total mileage was about 1.2 miles. I was out for 1 1/4 hours; a lot of that time was spent taking pictures.  The temperature was 4 degrees and there was no wind. 

Part of my trail follows a brook and I do believe some of the animal activity I saw was from an otter. 

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