This morning was our last run of the season on our "closest to home" spring crust meadow.
A fun time was still had by all :)
|"Toes on Snow is ALWAYS fun!!!" declares the happy kids at one|
of our turnaround points of the morning.
|Trotting along as we have to keep speeds under control and|
listen to my "rights" and "lefts" to navigate through the exposed
|Uncork it - wheeee!|
But, notice the stretch of sapling landmines just 30 or so yards
ahead that we will encounter SOON!
|"Hi mom - here we come!" says the happy trio as we continue|
dodging saplings to meet up with Nancy.
We returned to the main meadow we started in with Zorro with the intent of leaving this meadow to skijor nearby terrain and trails. But, every time we tried to exit the meadow, we ran out of snow and had to turnaround!
|Returning to the main meadow after failing to exit to the east.|
We have enough snow to return here, but the large puddle to our right
gives you an indication of what we found just behind us (that caused
us to turnaround)!
|"Turnaround is roll around time!!!!" demonstrates the silly kids!|
Doesn't Rudy look like the cutest little "stuff husky toy" you simply want to cuddle with?
Multi-talented "Cracker Jack" is showing he can roll angels while eating snowcones!
|Opening the throttle a little before we have to slow again for the next|
patch of sapling landmines!
|"Glad you made it back through all those landmines!" says happy Zorro greeting|
me upon our return.
"Creative day, but still fun toes on snow!" say Jack & Rudy patiently awaiting
Zorro and I to enjoy our greeting.
2019/2020 Season to Date: 166 days on the trails covering 1133.2 miles with 103,400 feet of elevation climbed.