Schaghticoke Ridge, Appalachian Trail south of Kent, Connecticut.
We took a quick hike south on the AT in shallow snow/ice. Used micro spikes. Great day for it yesterday (today it’s been pouring freezing rain all day).
There was great ice on Thayer Brook and had I been on my own I’d have stayed for hours but Nora’s hands were getting cold and given that I suffer with Raynaud’s syndrome I know what that’s like so we got moving again.
It’s been cold for long enough so that bubbles that form at the bottom of small waterfalls are not only frozen, but popped after freezing which makes them look like small craters. I love these formations although given the heavy rain falling now I’ll have to wait for another week or cold and clear weather to find this kind of ice again.