Back to our reliable early season trail, Boreas Pass, as we wait for more snow to open up additional terrain.
|Laying fresh tracks as we glide up Boreas Pass.|
Normally, we have many more trail options than Boreas by November 10th. But, we've had a slow start to accumulating snow this 2020/2021 season. This was our third trip to skijor Boreas this season with no other options to be had. Today, though, was our nicest outing of the season on Boreas. It feels like we are one or two good snowstorms away from getting the season truly underway. Pray for Snow.
|"Woooooo, what a great morning!" declares wooing Rudy.|
"Turnaround, roll around!" demonstrates always rolling Jack :)
|Zipping along as we glide by Baker's Tank.|
Finally, the highlight of the day, rejoining with retired, elder Zorro to share in 'end of run' treats:
|"Me first!" declares Zorro :)|
Such patience from the polite, hardworking kids letting elder Zorro
get his treat before them!
A nice early season cruise up/down Boreas Pass: 7.8 miles traveled with 750 feet of elevation climbed and a top speed of 18 MPH.
2020/2021 Season to Date: 4 days on the trails covering 19.8 miles with 1900 feet of elevation climbed.
So close to getting this season really underway. Another storm or two! Pray for Snow!