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April Snow, Paths, Pathways

Harry Stooshinoff, April Snow Path, 9 X 10.75 on paper

April Snow Path, Original Spring Landscape Collage Painting on Paper, Stooshinoff

Towering over 50 feet high at times, this gigantic snow path called the Tateyama Kurobe Route is open to sightseers shuttled in on trolley busses from mid April to late May.

Digging out over 30 feet of snow at Japan Alpine Route

Bus crossing the snow walls of the Murodo Snow Corridor along the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, April 2013 - Japan

After the Snow Storm

After The Snow Storm Art Print by John Haldane

After The Snow Storm Photograph by John Haldane - After The Snow Storm Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale

Polar Bear Tracks  (via As seen in the pages of NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC (April 2009 issue) – EXPLORATIONS – A Lindblad Expeditions Blog)

Photographer Paul Nicklen :: Huge footprints reveal a polar bear’s path on Svalbard, Norway’s Arctic archipelago. Fur grows even on the bottom of a bear’s paws, protecting against cold and providing a good grip on ice.

Red Fox - they eat mostly voles, but will eat small mammals, carrion, insects and fruit - active 2 hours before night until 2 hours after dawn - during the day they sleep in the open but rarely use the same spot twice - territories are 1 to 5 miles - mating is Dec thru March - they dig their own dens and have several to move their pups to - gestation is 52 days - (5-10) young are born from March to May

I have seen a red fox before in snow. It was really red. It lives in the woods beside our house. We call the woods the animal neighborhood. That's a good name for a red fox.

"When the sun is shining I can do anything; no mountain is too high, no trouble too difficult to overcome."  Wilma Rudolph

"When the sun is shining I can do anything; no mountain is too high, no trouble too difficult to overcome." Wilma Rudolph 狼

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