Cape Split … winter & darkness

Kasper and I had the opportunity to join a few friends and hike Cape Split again today.  Our friend Etienne always tries to mix things up for us.  He brought on a new challenge with the help of mother nature.  The first challenge Kasper and I encountered was the fact that the trail was solid ice and I did not have my crampons.  After a solid core workout and a few slips, we then had a very icy decent over the cliffs.  I had holes burned in my gloves and Kasper was not happy either.  It was a pleasant day hiking along the ocean, a bit below freezing and after playing at the bottom we hiked out at night.

Great Fun had by all: Sheryl, John & Susan, and my ol’ buddy Etienne.

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