Such happy & hard-working partners on the trails this morning!
|Pausing for a second to exchange pleasantries. You can see the trail we just|
made in the deep snow behind Jack. Jack doesn't look like he is in deep snow
because he just rolled a huge snow angel and is proudly standing in this angel print :)
As expected, here we are breaking trail in at least 12, maybe 15, inches of fresh powder. POW!
|Love the trail you see behind the Siberian Snowplows :)|
Love the untouched fresh powder in front of us.
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We broke trail for almost a mile like you see in the video above to be rewarded with a fast run on a freshly plowed road. This road is far from town and accesses only 3 houses, so it is safe to skijor and is relatively free of traffic and the occasional car is few & far between.
|Zoom - we broke trail in 12-15 inches to get to ZOOM this high elevation road!|
|Look at those impressive snow troughs behind the super trail breakers!|
|Look at me breaking trail as I lift my right ski up to project forward.|
The reward for breaking trail in 24+ inches of snow for over a mile? Well, this trail eventually drops onto the groomed trails of Gold Run Nordic Center. What a reward!
|Zoom!!!! What a reward for young Jack & Rudy's deepest trail breaking effort ever.|
|Adding Zorro for a fast & happy final sprint - yay!|
2019/2020 Season to Date: 90 days on the trails covering 617.9 miles with 57,250 feet of elevation climbed.