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Trail Mix: The case of the green mitten

The first part of today's walk was dedicating to retracing our path - backwards - from yesterday. Why? Well, I was looking for the mate to this. This is my left hand. Which was nice and warm. My right hand, however, was cold. (More so, I might ad...

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The first part of today's walk was dedicating to retracing our path - backwards - from yesterday. Why? Well, I was looking for the mate to this.

This is my left hand. Which was nice and warm. My right hand, however, was cold. (More so, I might add, when I had to take out the camera to get pictures.) I kind of knew I was setting myself up for failure yesterday when, toward the end of our walk, I got halfway warm. And decided to take off my mittens, stuffing them in either coat pocket. The problem was that one pocket was also storing my notepad, which I needed at the very end of the walk to take notes for the crime report. Click here to read the Trail Mix blog.

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