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What is your favorite cold weather activity?

Asked by mowens (8350points) January 6th, 2014

What is your favorite cold weather activity? Indoors or out.

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WestRiverrat's avatar

Hunting coyotes on snow shoes.

Kardamom's avatar

Hiking in the snow. We don’t get snow where I live, so it’s always a treat to go up to the mountains and do a little bit of hiking and photographing.

janbb's avatar


Seek's avatar

Building an igloo, then chillin’ out inside the igloo with a good book.

Gods, it’s been too long.

Oh, also, bonfires and music. But I like that all the time, not just in the snow. ^_^

Seek's avatar

^ Major frakkin’ toaster lover. ;-)

mowens's avatar

So say we all.

talljasperman's avatar

Building a pillow fort and sleeping in it.

KNOWITALL's avatar

Wallowing in thick fuzzy blankies with my dogs watching crap tv.

dougiedawg's avatar

Reading about blizzards and such while sunbathing in Florida;)

longgone's avatar

Ice skating. Picnics in the snow. Sledding. And after all that, a hot bath.

I want snooow…

Hypocrisy_Central's avatar

It was boinking, but I am not married at the moment so that is out of the question. So it is avoiding the cold while I wait for the great days of summer.

jordym84's avatar

Avoiding the cold as much as I possibly can. That and baking delicious treats.

ragingloli's avatar

Staying inside where it is warm.

janbb's avatar

@mowens “Snogging” is kissing in English slang.

jca's avatar

Sleigh riding is fun.

Taking a walk through a quiet neighborhood at night, boots crunching the snow, smelling fireplaces from the houses.

At home, just chilling in bed, watching movies.

Pachy's avatar

Napping under a comforter!

YARNLADY's avatar

Sitting in front of a fire in my easy chair with my computer and the fuzzy blanket my oldest grandson gave me for my birthday last year.

CWOTUS's avatar

Going indoors.

LornaLove's avatar

I like taking long walks because it is easier when it is cold.

zenvelo's avatar

Sitting in an outdoor hot tub cranked to 105. Even fun if it’s snowing! More fun if your sweetie is with you and you are both naked.

Paradox25's avatar

Lorna took my answer above. I prefer to to walk on the mountain road above my house in frigid weather, especially a very quiet night. I don’t like walking when it’s warm out, and I sweat too easily. I enjoy walking in the snow too, but not in sleet or freezing rain.

LornaLove's avatar

@Paradox25 Yes! me too love walking at night. It just seems much easier for some reason.

snowberry's avatar

Skiing down a really steep slope, going super fast!

Paradox25's avatar

@LornaLove I tested my motivation tonight, only about a one mile walk from my sister’s house to mine, but it’s already close to -10 before midnight.

Berserker's avatar

Just walking around, especially at night. I love walking, but it’s better at night, because less traffic and less people. I adore super cold Winter nights, where the snow sparkles and the stars are out.

El_Cadejo's avatar

Hiding under a warm blanky by a fire and avoiding the outdoors at all costs.

I’m a huge bitch when it comes to the cold, if I could never see snow again in my life I’d be just fine with that.

LornaLove's avatar

@Paradox25 At least I’m not the only weirdo walking around at night ;) (early hours of the morning).

Paradox25's avatar

@LornaLove I have to work outside in it at night many times, but when I’m moving or working I get warm very easily. As long as I have my hands, feet and ears covered, and as long as I’m not wet I usually do well in it. It’s the extreme heat and humidity that kills me.

wildpotato's avatar

XC skiing.

@zenvelo Especially in the snow – the best thing is to jump out of the tub and into a pile of fluffy new snow, roll around for a second and hop back in the tub. Turns your muscles to jelly in instants. Same principle as the Finnish sauna.

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