Annual Christmas Blogjam

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Not a lot of outdoor activity has been happening for the past few weeks, unless you count shoveling snow. Lots of snow. Around here, weather is a major factor in daily life, especially when the weather is bad. Heavy snow and ice storms have closed highways and knocked out power. It’s been pretty cold as well. Even when the weather is not so good, the Pacific Northwest is a breathtaking place, even if it’s only for a few minutes.

A short break in the 2016 winter storms near Mt. Hood in Oregon

The WatermanAtWork Hood River office has been snowed in for about ten days. The first day I was able to get into town to check the mail and restock supplies, I made a two foot error in judgement, slid off the road and got stuck in the snow and frozen mud underneath.

Stuck up to the axles in snow and mud

We still have lots of projects in the works and when we aren’t trying not to become Donner Party 2016, we are working to get them on the watermanatwork.com website. Working on videos where we are in shorts and T shirts can take it’s toll when it’s 20° and snowing.

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