Two weeks ago we had the rare chance to skate across Lake Champlain on black ice. Sub-zero temperatures and a lack of precipitation were not so fun for those of us who love playing in the snow, but they were ideal for building beautiful ice. And then, last week, snow finally fell and temperatures rose into the 20s. Finally! A chance to do all of the snowy recreation we’ve all been craving. Check out photos of our winter adventures below. If you’re curious about tracking animals, check out last year’s winter blog posts: Encouraging Curiosity and Problem Solving with Animal Tracking and River Walk.
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