Saturday, March 21, 2015


I love shots where it is hard to tell where one Siberian ends and the other begins...
Where does one end and the other begin? I can only see 3 back legs instead of 4, did Max's
left leg and Zorro's right leg connect into one?  :)

We went to one of our favorite "lesser used" trails this morning to avoid weekend crowds. We were pleasantly surprised to find ourselves laying fresh tracks almost the entire day, even though it has not snowed since Wednesday night! What a treat!
Laying fresh tracks as we wind through the forest. What a treat!!!!

This network of trails is lesser used because it requires a lot of climbing through the forest to eventually be rewarded with a wide open meadow high up on a plateau. We love to jog a half circle around the meadow and then cut back through the middle to enjoy the terrain:
Beautiful day as we cut across the middle of the meadow!

The outing started around 22F; but with a bright sun and rising temperatures. You know what that means happened at our quick midpoint break:
"Ah - rolling snow angels to cool off!" demonstrates goofy Max.
"Ah - chomping snowcones to cool off!" demonstrates funny Zorro.

A peaceful weekend morning on lesser known trails: 7.9 miles with 1000 feet of elevation climbed and a top speed of 18 MPH.

2014/2015 Season to Date: 105 days on the trails covering 909.0 miles with 96,800 feet of elevation climbed.

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