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.


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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