Winter Gridlock 2014 – a pictoral timeline » Tues, 1/28 @ 2:37PM – Josiah skiing

Tues, 1/28 @ 2:37PM - Josiah skiing. I finally make it home about 5 hours after leaving home. I find Josiah and Analise playing with kids from school in our front yard. I park my bike, run inside, grab the tiny kid skis off the TV mantle, and strap them on Josiah. It isn't exactly the right kind of snow for downhill skiing, but Josiah gets to practice some cross country skiing up and down our hill.

Tues, 1/28 @ 2:37PM – Josiah skiing. I finally make it home about 5 hours after leaving home. I find Josiah and Analise playing with kids from school in our front yard. I park my bike, run inside, grab the tiny kid skis off the TV mantle, and strap them on Josiah. It isn’t exactly the right kind of snow for downhill skiing, but Josiah gets to practice some cross country skiing up and down our hill.

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