At our house, that leaves a narrow, old sidewalk to the parking pad for the camper as the only route. So far not a problem. Then the snow began to melt. In the last several days, the low points in that sidewalk developed sizeable ponds, but there was still enough snow that the sidewalk was the only feasible route.
Taking loads out to the camper required a spring with a 360 flip over Puddle A, a triple toe loop over Puddle B, and a parallel jump with a Telemark landing over Puddle C. All of these resulted in wet socks and shoes and rattled nerves.
Then my houseboy/driver laid a couple of planks over the first two puddles and a piece of siding over the third. Now I am switching my techniques to the balance beam and platform diving so I will be ready for the summer Olympics in two years.