Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Hot December Day

It was a Hot December Day as temperatures were in the upper 20s when we started and mid 30s when we finished our run.
Cooling off at our midpoint before heading back to the trailhead.
Max rolling snow angels to cool off with Zorro chomping down on snowcones as they
test how far apart you can be and still both be on camera.

How hot was it? Well, I was wearing my "springtime skijoring gear" as the sun was bright, there was little to no breeze and the temperatures were rising. Thank dog this December heat wave is supposed to end tomorrow!

Luckily we spent most of our outing in the forest in the shade of the trees:

Trotting along the nicely shaded connector from Baldy Mountain to Boreas Mountain.
Sprinting along the shaded sections of Boreas Pass Rd
Running along a fun side trail through the trees. 

Today's outing took us from Baldy Mountain to Boreas Mountain, then down Boreas Pass Rd and finally back into the forest to leave Boreas and arrive at the trailhead between Baldy & Boreas. A fun 8.3 mile romp with 1000 feet of elevation climbed and a lot of shade to keep the Siberians cool.

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