For Family Day in 2017, we travelled to Marten River for a snowshoeing weekend. Stephen, Jill, Aaron, Chantale, Philip and Stephanie were also there for the weekend. It was a great distraction since for me since I had been working for the last 6 weeks to complete my final aspects of my Principals Qualification program, while at the same time working on my application to come to the Peterborough School Board which was due at the end of February. While I still had to work during some of the weekend, I still got out for several snowshoe trips. The kids, Melissa and the dogs got out several times a day and logged many Km. trans-versing the trails. The highlight for me was definitely getting out and roasting the marshmallows on the trail with everyone. We also managed to squeeze in several card and board games with Auntie Joyce and Jill.
Peter on the trail carrying Aiden`s snowshoes after he decided to go without for part of the trail
A view from the snowshoe trail
Aaron with Steven (background) in front of huge stone along snowshoe trail
Uncle Aaron & Melissa selfie
Raosting marshmallows on our snowshoeing adventure.
Auntie Joyce, Aiden, Jill & Melissa in a heated game of Monopoly
Melissa & Peter selfie
Uncle Aaron at his bird feeder
Melissa & Steven (background) in front of huge stone along snowshoe trail
A view down one of the snowshoe trails
Family Snowshoeing: L-R: Melissa, Aaron, Steven, Lindy, Jill & Aiden. Abby was further ahead on the trail.
Melissa, Aaron & Peter selfie taken along the old highway
Aiden part way down the snow plow pile
Aiden playing “Deer in the Headlights“ game with Auntie Joyce
Abby with the snowman that she made with her Dad along the snowshoe trail
Aiden chilling with Marley & Lindy
Aaron, Melissa, Peter, Marley & Lindy returning from 3hr snowshoe
Philip getting a marshmallow ready to roast on the fire with Stephanie looking on.
Aiden chilling with Marley & Lila
Abby at the top of the snow plow pile
Aiden, Abby & Uncle Aaron trying to feed the birds
Melissa with her cousin Steven checking out ice formations along trail