Wordless Wednesday – What Goes Down, Must Go Up

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P.S. No – we don’t have that much snow. All our snow has melted. This was on our New Year’s Vacation. After a day of cross country skiing with his dad and cousins, Jackson still had enough energy to toboggan for a couple of hours. It was getting dark, but Jackson still didn’t want to go in. I don’t blame him – I tried that hill out. It was a great hill!

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  1. says

    I am sure it was more fun coming down the hill then going back up, but I take it all the fun coming down just made it more worthwhile going all the way up again. Thanks for sharing and happy WW.

    Come share my daughter’s close encounter 😉

  2. says

    I am sure it was more fun coming down the hill then going back up, but I take it all the fun coming down just made it more worthwhile going all the way up again. Thanks for sharing and happy WW.

    Come share my daughter’s close encounter 😉

  3. says

    My kids would be loving that hill! I’m a first time Wordless Wednesday girl – it was fun. Our 9+ lives cat gave me good camera fodder this morning when he decided to get a drink from the center of our partially frozen pond. How do cat’s know when the ice is thick enough to walk on?

  4. says

    That is a beautiful picture. Sometimes I think it would be nice to live in a place that it snows for my childrens sake. They don’t get to experience things like that….but then I realize I would take the heat any day! For me, Snow is something you visit. :)

  5. says

    Oh how I miss the snow! I grew up in Illinois and loved dragging my sled up and down those hills full of snow! This is a great word picture that even through we experience the “down” times in life – this too shall pass – and the “up” times are next. Blessings sweet sisiter!

  6. says

    I am so jealous! LOL We have had barely an inch of snow here in Connecticut all winter! My little one is begging to use her sled but it’s only ice/mud sledding for us this year I think…

  7. says

    I’m here in the deep south and we NEVER see any thing like that. It’s beautiful. But having grown up in a warm place, I’m not sure my thin blood could take so much cold. Sure looks fun, though.

  8. says

    A great picture! Lots of fun! He’s a brave soul! My girls chickened out on a little hill nearby. Oh well, maybe it’ll grown on them in the future. :0)

  9. says

    Man am I jealous!! That is the hill of my dreams. Growing up in a Boston suburb, we had no open hills like that and were forced to improvise. So we’d sled down ambitious paths forged in the woods, over rocks, branches and other pointy things, and sometimes diretly into trees (ouch). I’m glad to see that Jackson appreciated his good fortune and made the most of it :)

  10. says

    Awww… HOW FUN!!! I am jealous and so is Joey!! We haven’t had a good snow in YEARS and we are in Wyoming!! We are in the middle of the longest running drought in the history of our area and I am really tired of it!! When I was little we sledded our little hearts out, built snowmen and snow forts, and always had snow days. He’s had one snow day in the two years he’s been in school!! I am so sad he hasn’t gotten to experience the fun of a truly snowy Winter!

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