Weekly Photo Challenge: Threes

Weekly Photo Challenge: Threes

This weeks photo challenge was to use three pictures to tell a story. So, as proof that we have gotten outside to play, even in the frigid weather I give you – Driveway Sledding!

We’ve yet to find another path down the hill that works as well as the driveway for sledding – we’ve got an apple tree obstacle problem everywhere else.

These pictures were taken a few weeks ago, if the girls were playing on today I’d have to title my pictures Driveway Luge or Perhaps Driveway Skeleton.  I’ve needed multiple runs to get up the driveway if I’m not in 4-wheel drive and while spreading ashes from the wood-stove on it this afternoon all I had to do was balance and shake my bucket as I slowly slid down! To say it’s a bit icy would be an understatement!

9 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Threes

  1. Jenny says:

    That looks like a great sledding hill.

  2. Mabel Kwong says:

    It looks really cold where you are. But I hope sledding was fun! I’ve tried it as a kid, and loved every bit of it!

  3. Why?Matters! says:

    Wonderful landscape in white.

  4. Great interpretation of the subject! I hope your kids watched the Sochi Olympics and picked up some tips for skeleton/luge/etc. 🙂

    Thanks for you comments on my Threes, too!

  5. Becky says:

    driveway sledding is the best! Looks like a great time – love the picture in the middle! 🙂

  6. dianeschuller.com says:

    mission accomplished: great story told here in your photos — and in the blog!

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  8. […] Credit (all three pics):  Driveway Sledding by Jessie at Behind The […]

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