Even with sub-zero temps as the forecast high today, I felt very comfortable while making the rounds at the quarry. Spooked up some White-tailed Deer and tried a couple photos...you have to look close near the center of either shot.
Because the snowshoe race coming up on Saturday, I wanted to work some more on the hills. The course is set by Scott Gall, a former winner of the Barr Trail Race in Colorado and known for his unique course setting for snowshoe races. I could barely walk after the state competition on his course a few years ago. You need to be a "Sidehill Goucher" to excel on the style of course he sets.
So I worked a few of the uphills available around the quarry. 6 miles today.