Oak Hammock Marsh in the Snow

It has been several months since I’ve been to Oak Hammock Marsh. Yesterday I received an e-mail from them asking if I wished to renew my membership. The membership had expired a couple of years ago as during the pandemic the building had been closed. No membership is needed to walk the trails around the marsh. I certainly don’t need a one year membership, since I will be leaving Manitoba in a few months, but I felt renewing it might help the facility.

The morning started off beautifully with hoarfrost everywhere.

As usual, you can view the photos in a larger size if you click on one and then scroll through the others in that group.

The one part of this place that I missed was the floating boardwalk and outlook that is directly behind the building and is included with the membership – so that is where I started off.

Then I walked over to the trails.

As before, I often ended up with snow up to my knees. I didn’t really walk very far – but with the extra work involved with breaking through the snow, I did get a good workout. So, I walked back to the building and went upstairs to the cafeteria to get a cup of coffee. Then, I walked further upstairs to the lookout and took a few more photos.

Before leaving I took some photos of some of the merchandise for sale. They have some very cute items.

Because it was such a bright sunny day, I had trouble seeing the photos I was taking, so I was pleased to see that most had turned out fine once I uploaded them to my pc.

2 thoughts on “Oak Hammock Marsh in the Snow

    1. Thanks Marsha. I’m moving to B.C. in August. My daughter has been in B.C. for several years now and I’m looking forward to warmer winters.


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