#AtoZChallenge | F is for Four Winter Hikes and Extra Points in Scattegories

One of my favorite cold weather activities is hiking. Fortunately, we have an abundance of trails in Maine but I don’t always blog about every hike that we take. So, for today’s challenge post, I’m sharing pictures from four different hikes we took this past winter.

Have you ever played Scattegories? It’s one of my favorite games. The basic premise is that you roll a letter dice, and then you have to think of words that begin with that letter for various categories . If you come up with multiple words that start with that letter for a category, you get extra points. This post gets extra points since the name of three of the four trails that we hiked also begin with the letter F.

Do you enjoy hiking in the winter? Do you have a favorite hiking spot?


Falmouth Land Trust | Blackstrap Hill Preserve – Falmouth, Maine. Hiked March 17, 2018 – Happy St. Patrick’s Day

Fore River Sanctuary – Portland, Maine.  Hiked December 16, 2017

Fuller Farm Trail – Scarborough, Maine. Hiked March 11, 2018.

Mill Brook Preserve – Westbrook, Maine. Hiked January 14, 2018.

I’m participating in a Blogging A-Z Challenge for April 2018. I will be posting new content every day this month except most Sundays. Each post is associated with a letter of the alphabet, starting with A and ending with Z. My theme for the challenge is Winters in Maine. To read more of my A to Z posts, click HERE.


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22 thoughts on “#AtoZChallenge | F is for Four Winter Hikes and Extra Points in Scattegories

    • Weekends in Maine says:

      I’ve been in the south when they got a freak snowstorm and everything closed down. The driving was especially scary as people drove either too slow or too fast. There were cars off the road everywhere. It makes sense though because they’re not used to dealing with that kind of weather. Unfortunately, we get lots and lots of practice driving in the snow.

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