Happy New Year my friends!
How about that weather last night? 50 degrees and windy as all get out! But here we are, facing a new year in the cool calm morning of January 1st.
January is (on average) the coldest month of the year.
It's named for the Roman God Janus who is depicted having two faces - one to look at the past, another the future.
"A wet January, a wet spring."
A tradition of ours is to start the new year with a hike (go figure right) followed by pork and sauerkraut with family.
2014 - Gorge Metro Park - Cuyahoga Falls
2015 - Gorge Metro Park - Cuyahoga Falls
2016 - Johnson Woods - Marshallville
2017 - Silver Creek - Norton
2018 - Brown's Lake Bog - Shreve
2019 - TBD
Happy New Year everyone!
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Since 2015 we have been exploring and sharing all the amazing things we’ve found in nature.
Emily is an Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalist who is most often found out in the woods.