It's really cold outside. How cold is it? Really. Freaking. Cold. In Toronto this year we were throttled with a record breaking (seriously it broke records) ton of snow and now we're enduring blasts of arctic cold and no hope of that melting any time soon and apparently another 20cm of snow next week.
While getting outside for extended periods of time is not the easiest right now, short times outside is how we're logging our vitamin D, whether it's walking the dog or shovelling snow.
We've managed to log just over 20 hours outdoors so far this year towards our annual goal of 1000 hours outside and have turned to my 1000 hours outside Facebook group to get some inspiration for things to do when it's really cold outside. This weekend we decided to try some fun experiments to show just how cold it is here in the big smoke. Here is our first one. Behold: