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Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

 

Over the weekend, we went on a family snowshoe adventure in Snoqualmie. The weather wasn’t too cold, the sky was clear(ish), and we only upset one nordic skier!

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

I’m still not quite used to driving to the mountains in order to see snow. If that was the only way I knew snow, I’d probably like it, too. It’s crazy how quickly the scenery changes here with just a 40-minute drive. At the end of the day, you can just jump back in your car and drive away from it all! No shoveling, snowblowing, digging your car out for 30 minutes… *sigh* How nice. (Sorry, dad.)

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

We walked slow and steady for a few hours, stopping occasionally to snack, drink, adjust backpack straps, take a layer off, put a layer on, buckle this, tighten that…

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

I love this photo. We look like we’re promoting our new album (and I’m the Justin Timberlake of the group). It drops early 2017, y’all!

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

Snowshoeing in Snoqualmie

After walking for six miles, we finished the day enjoying food at The Commonwealth. Grilled cheese & tomato soup for me! That’s always the perfect combo after playing out in the snow all day. :) Thanks for reading! xo

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8 Comments

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    Nano @ Travel With Nano B.
    December 21, 2016 at 5:06 PM

    The forest drenched in snow looks so dreamy and beautiful. Beautiful images, as always. xoxo, nano | http://www.travelwithnanob.com

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    Stephanie
    December 22, 2016 at 5:24 AM

    Wow – what beautiful scenery!

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    Craig Aude
    December 22, 2016 at 2:47 PM

    Really beautiful. By the way, I’m not going to shovel or clear off my car until you get home to do it. To relive the magic!

    • Reply
      Amanda
      December 22, 2016 at 2:51 PM

      Haha, I’ll let Adam know! His back is healed now! ;)

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    Jae x SCATTERBRAIN
    January 5, 2017 at 12:35 PM

    During this time of the year I wish we lived in the Pacific Northwest! We briefly stopped over to see the Snoqualmie Falls on our way to Seattle in May, and we loved the view! Too bad it was raining; we didn’t have much time to hang around!

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      amandaaude@gmail.com
      January 5, 2017 at 1:08 PM

      Yes, the snow is pretty here in the winter. My favorite part is being able to drive away from it, though. ;) You know, Adam has never been to Snoqualmie Falls even though he’s lived here his entire life, haha. That’s such a nice spot to visit close to the city though – so pretty!

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