Under the overhang of a small rocky out crop, the moisture that had been soaked up by moss has frozen, lifting the moss bed and sand particles from the ground.
Last week, Allison ran into a tree while sledding. Other patrons on the hill, after being certian she was physically okay, questioned why she didn’t just bail. Apparently, it was obvious from their perspective on the top of the hill that there was ample time to flip over, fall out, or otherwise dive away from the sled and it’s course towards a small, though very strudy, leafless maple tree. In response, Allison claims that the sled was too high to bail. I think this photograph of Jenn says differently.
Soon after making my first post, Allison committed to her own blog on sleeping, neurobiology, and miscellaneous blurbs about track. Her site’s (http://dormivigilia.wordpress.com/) about page (inappropriately named ‘Abrags‘) has a plug for this site and her book. So, I’m returning the favor and, in the mean time, posting a picture to get my carrer in high school senior photography started.