Thursday, March 8, 2018


Beautiful wide-angle shot of immaculate snow covered terrain atop Rabbit Ears Pass!
Out-stretched and flying Zorro with incredible snow cover as far as the eye can see.
The main trails at Rabbit Ears get groomed for snowmobiles and we were ecstatic to find ourselves to be first or second tracks on the freshly groomed trails all morning long! What a treat. Zorro was having a blast flying all over the place!

When you are going super fast, it seems Zorro barely has time to "touch the ground" and seems to take off as a flying hovercraft :)
Zorro catching some serious height as he goes airborne along the trail!
Today's short video clip showcases a mix of perfect trails. We start on a wide section of trail that winds through the trees until we come upon an open straightaway as Zorro seriously floors it as we top 23 MPH. Wheeee and Zoooom!
[watch on youtube if no video loads below]

Nearing the end of the morning's run and time to hook up little Jack for his 50 yard dash. Two fun things to notice in this photo. First, the happy face on little Jack. He LOVES to join Zorro for the final end-of-run sprint! Second, note that the gangline is really taut (e.g., straight) from me to Zorro and Jack is technically off to the right. He is still too young for real pulling, so I keep the gangline taut to Zorro and Jack simply has a ball doing his short sprint to Zorro's side. I cannot wait until this little guy is big enough to put it all together!!!
"Wheeee, look at meeee!" exclaims happy Jack.
"Just try and keep up, I'll tow the human!" declares Zorro the pro.
Did I mention Zorro had a blast yesterday morning on the freshly groomed and perfect trails? See for yourself:
"Oh my, I am having FUN!!!!" expresses super happy Zorro as he looks back to me at
our turnaround point of the morning.

A fast & fun day on the fresh groomies atop Rabbit Ears Pass: 6.7 miles traveled with 600 feet of elevation climbed and a top speed of 23 MPH.

2017/2018 Season to Date: 39 days on the trails covering 286.2 miles with 25,500 feet of elevation climbed.


  1. Replies
    1. And he loves GOING just as much as you love watching :)

  2. Jack has grown so much! You have stunning views there!

    1. Yes, we expect Jack to be bigger than Zorro by 9-10 months old (he's almost 8 months now). Zorro is on the smaller side and we think Jack will probably be medium sized when full grown.