Sometimes I forget that hiking in the winter has its unique joys....
This damn snow keeps hanging around, but let me paint a picture for you from a Germantown summer's perspective. During the grey winter months when the ground is frozen and the deciduous trees are bare, motionless, and dormant, I often find myself daydreaming of plush summers. Summers that blow the captivating mulberry tree's breeze passed our nostrils, while its fruit speckle stains the walkways of our backyards...
With 6-8 inches of snow forecasted, this constitutes a veritable blizzard for Louisville. And lots of snow means one thing for kids...sledding! Check out Metro Parks' recommendations for the best (and safest) hills for sledding in the Louisville area.
Enjoy your snow day on this Crescent Hill, uh, hill.
The combination of milk, bread, and eggs (which are currently stocked up in cupboards all over the city) is quite delicious.
The holidays are over, the weather is colder and daylight time is shorter. No one would blame you for going into a seasonal hiding. But, why do that when there are easy ways to beat the blues!
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