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Post Polar Vortex Sunny Snowday.

So, we have been cooped up inside for sooooooo long! Cody was sick in Nov and again in December, ad we only had a few good-enough-health days to play outside. Each time, it really set him back, too, but a person can go crazy staying inside for too long, and you have to chose the lesser evil. 

Well, then the USA was overtaken by the Polar Vortex. And I'm pretty sure Cass Lake was the absolute center of it for days of bone-chilling, lung-freezing, icicles-on-your-nostrils kinda cold. 

So, to have a random day in January filled with sunshine, melting snow, and 45 degrees, we took it, and RAN!!!! 


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