The Boundary of One’s Ability


Boundary can mean a lot of things, I discovered. It can also mean limit. I hope you’ll enjoy my alternate interpretation of this week’s challenge.

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This was from my trip to Idaho in January of 2015. My mom had asked me to go further into the road but I think I better remain standing on the the pile of snow. I don’t want to push the limits of my abilities even though I haven’t fallen the entire winter.

Did I mention the temperature in the car read 5ºF? It’ll probably give you a clue as to why the road has frozen over. I remember I was wearing triple layers and boots that did not seem to do a very good job in super freezing temperatures.

Daily Post Photo Challenge: Boundaries

Read about my adventure in Idaho:

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