Sunday, February 26, 2017


So much fun interacting with our Siberian Husky friends from Good Times Adventures on the trails.

Fun shot of a team going by on the main trail as we all watch (and some of us talk) from a side trail:
"I want to come with!" calls out Max to his friends.
"Awesome, my human is currently broken because we are stopped!" says focused Zorro.
All Siberian Huskies LOVE interacting with others on the trails. It is just so much fun to run with your snow buddies. To demonstrate, the following shot is zoomed in on the 4 sled dogs in front of us from the prior photo. You cannot really see all the happy faces in the prior as it had to be so wide to capture both the team and Max & Zorro. So, here's a zoom in...
"Hi back friends! We love flirting with you too!" say 3 of the 4 flashing the happiest faces
back to Max & Zorro.
Of course, the most fun is getting on the same trail as another team and playing chase along the trails. Wheeee!
Max & Zorro flying along as you can just barely make out the 8-dog team + musher ahead
of us on the trail. So fun to play chase!
Another flirt shot as we are on another side trail as a team comes up the main trail. Look closely at the size of the musher and kid in the sled basket. No, that is not an enormous sled, but, instead those are elementary school age kids driving & riding the sled. How fun for them!
"Hi again friends. If we added us, we could really take those little kids for a fast ride!" suggest
Max & Zorro to their pals.
Finally, neither Max nor Zorro are fans of teams stopped and blocking the trail. You cannot see it through the trees; but there is a team stopped to our right that is just starting to get going again...
"GOOOOO!" yells Max, looking back at me to make sure I heard him too :)
"Ohhhh, they are starting, let's chase!" says cute Zorro getting ready to launch after the
team restarting around the corner from us.

Beautiful morning for a fun outing of sled dog flirt & chase: 10.6 miles traveled with 1000 feet of elevation climbed and a top speed of 26 MPH.

2016/2017 Season to Date: 91 days on the trails covering 751.3 miles with 81,500 feet of elevation climbed.

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