Today's outing involved two competing factors: wildlife to juice the Siberians versus complex terrain with deep snow. The juice won...
|Breaking trail in the lower meadow of Indiana Creek - wheeee!|
|Complex & deep terrain. We were in 4-8 inches of snow all day but the Siberians were moving|
like we were on flat & groomed trails - wildlife juiced!
Given the terrain and amounts of snow to plow through, it was amazing that we had one of our fastest runs at Indiana Creek. Moose tracks plus bird temptations adds a lot of power to the engine.
|Something about this old abandoned cabin in Indiana Creek fascinates Zorro.|
Today we see moose tracks leading up towards the cabin! "No wonder the cabin fascinates
me - MOOSE LIVE THERE!" exclaims intensely focused Zorro (& Max).
A great first day of the season at Indiana Creek covering 8.1 miles with 950 feet of elevation gain and a lot of wildlife to put the Siberians into an extra gear!