It was a zoo in French Gulch this morning as it seems like the entire town of Breckenridge brought their dogs to the gulch this morning!
|Nancy, Zorro, Jack & Rudy were waiting at the trailhead as I put my skis on when|
a dog came running up from behind me and into the group.
Despite the zoo of activity, we still had a great time skijoring the gulch. We had many stretches of unoccupied, wide and fast packed terrain. Zoom!
|Flying along the fast & wide trail!|
|You can't pack three sled dogs much tighter than that!|
|"Hi, bye, coming through - made you smile!' says the flirtatious trio|
passing on by this couple tending to a recently buried car.
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Since we were in French Gulch, you are always on the lookout for moose. At our turnaround and Jack & Rudy got a sniff of something and had to peek over the snow wall. Moose expert Zorro clearly knew the scent was not fresh or strong enough for there to be a moose over the wall.
|"We smell MOOSE - checking, checking!' says the moose seeking youngsters.|
"Their noses don't know the difference between fresh and stale moose yet!" adds
'not fooled by stale moose' Zorro.
|"We LOVE skijoring!" declares the happy trio.|
|"Ready! Dish them out!" says the happy & focused trio.|
2019/2020 Season to Date: 91 days on the trails covering 625.1 miles with 57,750 feet of elevation climbed.