Wrapping up a great month of skiing, snow days and time in Vermont. This is the first winter that my kids can ski trails more difficult than the bunny trails. They quickly progressed beyond the greens and are now solid blue square skiers. It is so much fun skiing with them now! We have spent a lot of time away from home, driving north into Vermont to take advantage of winter outdoor activities. So far, most of Vermont has underperformed in terms of snowfall this season. A significant thawing event occurred mid-month, followed by a snowstorm, allowing for scenes like the top middle photo to emerge. The bottom left photo was taken during the thaw, when huge chunks of ice washed up on the river banks. The top left image was taken in Marblehead, featuring a full snow moon setting over Abbot Hall.
Lastly, the Swampscott Photography group is now approaching 300 members. I created the group a little over 2 years ago and am excited to report that our Governor, Charlie Baker, has joined the group and is actively posting photos of Swampscott. This group can be accessed by visiting: https://www.facebook.com/groups/306191546849189