Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Action Shots

Some nice "action shots" from the day's outing are the theme of today's blog:

Sprinting Siberians along Shrine Pass Rd. Sprinting shots are always fun action
shots for the day!
Cresting over Shrine Pass and getting the awe inspiring panoramic views.
Every skijor trip to Vail Pass generates at least one "what a view" shot.
I love the "cornering action" in this shot. Look at Max leaning into the left as he keeps the
gangline taut to pull me through the corner. Zorro in the "outside lane" is drifting back a
bit, but he will zip right back up with Max when we come out of the turn.
I feel like I am watching Olympic speed skaters :-)

It was a warm day for February (highs in the mid 30s) and that always brings out "cool off action" from Max & Zorro.
Rolling dual snow angels to cool off during our ascent up Shrine Pass.

A shot of the happy skijoring brothers is always a great action shot from the day:
"What a great day we are having!" express the super happy pair at our turn around
point of the day.

Lots of action on today's outing at Vail Pass covering 9.3 miles with 1200 feet of elevation climbed and a top speed of 19 MPH.

2013/2014 Season to Date: 98 days on the trails covering 839.0 miles with 97,650 feet of elevation climbed.

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