bwcetc wrote: »
Shelle ... welcome!Snow photos ... love seeing it in other people's yards!
Katla49 wrote: »
Machka: You live in a beautiful place. I love seeing your pictures. Barbie: I think walking in snow burns more calories than walking on terra firma. My guess is that you’ll have loads of calories burned by the time you’re done.
barbiecat wrote: »
I don't doubt that I've burned a ton of calories walking in the snow that comes up a few inches higher than the top of my boots also shoveling snow to make a path for the dogs. But I'm obsessed about getting 10,000 steps a day and that's going to be a challenge. I've done a bunch of walking in the house, but there is no clear surface outdoors for walking and no possibility of driving anywhere to walk in a big store for an hour.Katla, I hope the news is good about your gas fireplace.Rori, The expression on Mars' face is priceless. If Sasha and Bessie could have jumped up onto a higher surface, they would have.Margaret, I went to college in Minnesota and l loved the winters but I lived in a dorm and had no car so I had no responsibility for shoveling snow, paying the heating bill, or driving on snowy or icy roads. BarbieThe reason most people fail instead of succeed is that they trade what they want the MOST for what they want at the MOMENT.
Snowflake1968 wrote: »
Have you tried the Leslie Sansone You tube videos? I have been doing them because there is no safe way for me to even get out through our park to get to sidewalks that may have been kept clear.
Tracey in Edmonton
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