Monday, January 9, 2017


Great day laying fresh tracks in 4-5 inches of snow in French Gulch!
Untouched as far as the eye can see! Beautiful day to be first on the trail and lay fresh
tracks all the way out French Gulch (and then run in our own track on the way back).
Look closely at the previous photo and you'll notice Zorro's back is snow covered (you can see the white against his black fur clearly). Max is also snow covered, although it is not as clear against his lighter color. Well you know what "snow covered Siberians" means... It was snowing all morning and, as a result, we are happy to report most of our footage was blurred by a snow covered camera.
Big snowflake splat blurring Max out of the photo.
Or, how about this:
Left side of the camera blurred by snow, center of the camera blurred by snow. Yay for Snow!
I wiped the camera clear of snow at our turnaround point to catch the following Siberian fun:
"Yum, yum - love eating snowcones!" demonstrates funny Zorro.
"Rub a dub dub, love rolling snow angels!" shows silly Max.
Fun day laying fresh tracks with actively falling snow all around us: 8.2 miles traveled with 800 feet of elevation climbed and a top speed of 19 MPH.

2016/2017 Season to Date: 55 days on the trails covering 426.4 miles with 44,600 feet of elevation climbed.

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