Snowshoeing & Scrapbooking

If you like to go for walks or hike in the summer, you should consider snowshoeing in the winter. It’s said if you can walk, you can snowshoe. It’s that easy. It’s a great way to get outside and do exercise even when it’s snowing or there is snow on the ground.

With this type of activity it’s a little bit difficult to take pictures, so creating a scrapbook will be a bit of a challenge. Don’t let this prevent you from making one. Here are some suggestions you can use.

1. Camera

Bring a camera that you can put around your neck. You won’t want it to be a big one because that can cause issues while you are snowshoeing. Another suggestion is to bring a small camera that you can put in a pocket that zips closed.

Take pictures of the scenery, animals that you see, or anything else that would be perfect for your scrapbook. Be creative when you take these pictures and take them even if you don’t think it will turn out or work for what you want.

2. Words

Remember what you see and do so you can journal about it. Journaling is a great way to add more to your scrapbook when you are short on pictures. Write about each picture and the reason behind you taking it. Write about how you felt and the trails that you took during activity.

3. Online information

Go online and see if you can find any information on the trails that you took. Print out maps, pictures, and wording that you find. This will be valuable information that you can add to your scrapbook.

Snowshoeing is an activity that some people don’t think about. If you live in a place that receives snow during the winter months, you should consider this activity. Not only is it great exercise, but it’s also something great to add to a scrapbook.

 

Happy Scrappin’

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