Young Jack's first "hover husky" shot alongside Zorro as we skijored Breckenridge Ski Resort this morning. Quite impressive, Jack!
|Zorro and Jack catching air as they are synchronized flying along the fast & groomed terrain!|
The beauty of skijoring the ski resort soon after closing is that the trails would have been recently groomed and not too chopped up and/or icy yet. But, this morning we found a real treat: the ski resort had run a groomer up the main trail from Beaver Run to Ten Mile Station. We were first tracks on the fresh "groomie zoomie"! You can see how beautiful the groomed trail was in the first photo.
Of course, we are still doing short runs with young Jack so our outing was to skijor from Beaver Run up to Ten Mile Station and then down to the Maggie. Turning around at Ten Mile Station, everybody having a good time?
|"Oh yes, oh yes! We are having a blast!!!" declare my happy pair as I call out time to stop|
and turn around at Ten Mile Station.
|Zoom, zoom, fun fun!!!|
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Done with the day's fun run and we gathered puppy Rudy to join in for our "end of run" treats. It is safe to say Zorro and Jack had a GREAT day...
|"So much fun, young Jack was a blast today!" exclaims ecstatic Zorro.|
"I'm a sled dog! I'm a sled dog!" exclaims happy Jack.
"Treats? Did someone say 'treats'?!?" asks silly puppy Rudy.
An impressive outing for young Jack on a perfect groomie zoomie trail on Breckenridge Ski Resort: 2.75 miles traveled with 700 feet of elevation climbed and a top speed of 19 MPH.
2017/2018 Season to Date: 48 days on the trails covering 321.2 miles with 30,300 feet of elevation climbed.