We skijored into a surprise snowstorm coming down Boreas Pass Rd today!
A Siberian Super Surprise!
|Look closely - all the "white speckles" you see in this photo are snowflakes|
falling down on us. What a wonderful Siberian surprise!
|On our initial descent down Boreas Pass. The "gray blob of clouds" directly in|
front of us is the surprise snowstorm we are heading into. It is always so much fun
to skijor with Max & Zorro while it is snowing!
|Yea - snowing! The white speckles you see against the trees and against Max & Zorro|
(especially black Zorro) are big, fluffy snowflakes falling upon us.
|Approaching Bakers Tank as we are about halfway down Boreas. Slight shadows on the|
trail - we haven't reached the falling snow yet... Just a couple more minutes and it
started dumping on us!
Today's outing covered 9.6 miles with 1300 feet of elevation climbed, a top speed of 18 MPH and a fun collection of snowflakes dropping on us for about 3 miles of the route.