The fog was so thick I am pretty sure there should have been additional mountains in view. The hike was a bit of a slog - the "snowshoe" path had significantly more elevation gain than the "cross country ski" track (which is also the summertime normal path). Terry didn't even bother to take photos with the nice camera.
The good news was the day was icky enough to keep folks at home, so even though we didn't arrive until around 11am there was plenty of parking. It's a really popular snowshoe trail but the snowshoes were not needed as long as we stayed on the trail. It might have been icy but we had our ice cleats on from the beginning so we wouldn't know. There was one steep part that we "sledded" down on our behinds.
Guess we'll have to go back with better weather!