Snow Means No Wolves

We were planning to see the wolves at the reserve, but we had a snowstorm, so that meant the wolf reserve closes for the rest of the year until spring, I guess. We missed going last year because they had the first snowstorm in years at Christmastime.

It’s beautiful! We had a tree branch down from the weight of the snow, probably because the leaves are all on the trees still. And over 5,000 homes were without electricity. We were lucky. I rarely get to see snow, but last year they had it in Omaha, and then I returned home and we had snow twice in the Houston area. So it’s been crazy weather. They often don’t see snow in Omaha until later also.

I’m off to write and then go to a forest reserve!

Have a super great day!


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