Wednesday, May 17, 2017


Catching air skijoring the great "upper conditions" at Rabbit Ears Pass. Wheeee!
Beautiful shot of Max & Zorro the "airborne hover huskies" :)
We took a route this morning that has a quick climb to get you onto a shelf of open meadows up in elevation. It was only a 500 foot climb but, oh my, what a difference in snow conditions & coverage just 500 feet up! See for yourself in this incredible wide angle shot for May 17th:
Looks like February to me :)
Okay, it wasn't really "February quality" as the terrain was a little choppy from warming & refreezing. But, it certainly was not too choppy to slow us down. Come along and watch as we open up the throttle with only a little bounciness to the terrain. Zoom!
[watch on youtube if no video loads below]

We have been on quite the stretch lately of finding fresh smelling moose tracks everywhere we go. Here are today's tasty tracks:
"Sniff, sniff - tasty!" say the moose inspectors.
Max & Zorro each checking a footprint while you can see another moose print in the bottom
center of the photo.

A short & quick run this morning with the great decision to climb quickly to get into great terrain just 500 feet up: 5.2 miles traveled with 500 feet of elevation climbed and a top speed of 23 MPH.

2016/2017 Season to Date: 156 days on the trails covering 1305.4 miles with 138,200 feet of elevation climbed.

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