How hot was it today? So hot that even Zorro rolled a snow angel to cool off!
|Zorro rolling a rare snow angel to cool off at our high point of the outing.|
|Rolling a snow angel while also tasting the snow - talented! :-)|
|Max running lead on the "single file" trail up & out of Indiana Creek.|
|Gotta share the load - Zorro taking lead for a while as we are still climbing up|
the narrow trail.
Once we connected onto Boreas, it was the complete opposite of the route up. Boreas was a wide open super-packed trail. It was so packed in areas that it was closer to ice than a ski trail. Try putting yourself on skis on ice while connected to two Siberian engines - stopping is not always an easy or readily accomplished act!
|Ice or trail? It is a fine line... 2 sprinting Siberians and 1 silly human wondering if|
stopping is really a possibility :-)
|Happy Huskies arriving (quickly) at the trailhead|
after a "casual" 10 mile outing.
Our total stats after 6 Iditarod days: 62.1 miles and 7150 feet of elevation climbed.
|The GPS summary of the day's outing.|