Light snowfall most of the day lead to a serene tour up, down and around Boreas Pass this morning.
|Cruising to the end of our run at the Boreas Pass Trailhead as the happy huskies|
tow me along.
Snow started falling just before we started our run this morning and it kept falling most of the outing leading to a light layer of new snow to lay fresh tracks upon.
|The white speckles in this photo are snowflakes falling all around us as we glide up|
We made a loop out of Boreas by ascending up the Bakers Tank Trail before descending down the Boreas Pass Road Trail. The Bakers Tank trail is one I will only tackle uphill and the following photo shows why:
It was snowing most of our time on Boreas Pass and then the sun peeked out for the last mile or so; but we were still laying fresh tracks in the morning's new snow - aahh...
|Sprinting along as the sun starts break through the clouds.|
One or both always flashes a happy glance when we pass Nancy at the end of the day's run:
|"Hi mom!!! Having a great day!" says Zorro giving Nancy a happy glance.|
"Somebody's got to keep this team going!" states happy pulling, but too busy
to glance, Max.
A peaceful run on Boreas this morning covering 8.1 miles with 800 feet of elevation climbed and a top speed of 17 MPH.
2014/2015 Season to Date: 88 days on the trails covering 762.6 miles with 80,800 feet of elevation climbed.