@hammerhead and I packed snowshoes along to our Christmas family get-away in Sutton, Quebec. Sadly some rainy and warmer weather (similar to what happened to ours in Nova Scotia) melted and/or polished the trails. We were still able to hike and thankfully our trekking poles helped keep us upright. Fun hour hike with @Brienne, and our son and his daughter. https://www.quebecoriginal.com/en-ca/listing/things-to-do/sports-and-nature/trails/plein-air-sutton-mtb-5888171
I joined a group of hikers from Digby, NS -called the Fundy Erratics. Some of them followed the suggestion to wear rubber boots...which I didn't and kept moving quickly to keep the mud from slurping into my shoes without trying to get a photo of my 'beach walk'. They were a mess, but easier to clean than expected after the mud totally dried. Photo credits to Ted Hurst https://www.facebook.com/ted.hurst.
After finishing the beach hike - Medford Beach, Paddy's Island - two friends and I stopped and did a short Ravine Hike near Kentville, NS - just because we had time before we had to drive home! I love having kindred hiking friends who like to see and do as much as you have time for! Unknown to us until we got on the trail, a partially frozen waterfall was at the turnaround. A grand day to be outsideways!!
We saw a Cub Scout group and their leaders plus a three-some during the short time we were on this hike - which is basically right in 'town' - https://valleyconnect.cioc.ca/record/TOK0006 - called the Agricultural Research Station Nature Trail. What a perfect get-away spot for a short walk in the woods.