A winter storm around Christmas turned the Pike Lake Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest into a winter wonderland. Unfortunately, the rest of the winter has not cooperated making those who want to train for the American Birkebeiner cross-country ski marathon into runners or users of the inside Nordic machines. These help but not a substitute for the real thing. Let’s hope late January and February cooperate and bring some snow back to the Midwest.
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Very pretty, we had the same views in Russia few days ago 🙂
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I wish it was like that now. It really warmed up around here and all the snow is gone.