”Everywhere is walking distance if you have the time.”~Steven Wright
Whilst I love to walk, I unfortunately do not have the time to walk everywhere. I have to make use of all sorts of transportation. My transport varies according to seasons but today I will only share my winter mode of transportation.
With all the holiday and festive parties at this time of the year, kicksled is a fast and convenient way to get around the neighbourhood. It’s also cost-effective as it allows one to indulge (if they want to) on the fermented grapes. And when the party is over, just kick the sleds back home.
Then for romantic and aimless winter walks, snow–shoeing is the most pleasant way of wandering around in the deep snow–filled forests. We usually have coffee breaks or chocolate snack whilst enjoying the quietness of the forest. This is by far my favourite of them all and does wonders to my legs.
To cover longer distances, playing outdoors and game viewing with friends “our winter safari”, skiing is most pleasurable, easier and faster.
One of the most exhilarating, adrenalin rush-filled and fun ways of getting around, snowmobiling. It could be around the neighbouring towns or long distances, either way I absolutely enjoy it. I get to play with the boys (my hubby and his friends) and for a while forget about girly stuff.
These transport modes also form part of winter sports and fun ways of keeping fit. So there you have it, if you are an outdoor junkie then consider visiting up north in the winter and spring months – it’s superb!
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