Read Thread: When it's 50 degrees in Mass in February...
Thanks, Nairon! :^) Yep, those boxes are snow friendly, which in this case means 1) you can snowshoe to them 2) there's a plowed parking area 3) the boxes are hanging from trees. Most of them don't have logbooks, only because we tried to minimize the amount of time that someone's hands are exposed to the cold.
Just put some hand warmers in your pockets. And don't forget some gum for your breath ;)
Why are all of my friends smart a$$es???
Mary, would you prefer they were DUMB a$$es??? ;o)
Are the two mutually exclusive, Pete? ;^)
Well, I'm spread pretty thin these days.
Nope, but a smart dumb a$$ is different than a dumb smart a$$!!! ;o)
Will you be creating lists?
That would be too difficult for this dumb smart a$$, but I bet a smart dumb a$$ dufus could do it easily!!! ;o)
The same is true about Stableicers. (The original, not the LITE version). They are easier to put on since they velcro.
I'm a dog walker and I use these things when it's icy at the park. Love them. The metal cleats unscrew so you can replace them if they ever get worn.
Sorry, but I'm a huge fan of Stableicers. Been using them for years and they really work. I've had no trouble on solid sheets of ice. But it has to be the original kind with the velcro strap around the ankle, NOT the lame lite version with the stretchy rubber.
also a big fan of the velcroed stabilicers....