Fun shot of the "ears" on top Rabbit Ears Peak:
|View of the ears from the northwest side of Rabbit Ears Peak.|
The two rocks atop the peak are the ears. At least Rudy and I were
entertained. Oh silly, snow rolling Jack :)
I got a tear in my eye today skijoring one stretch of trail along Rabbit Ears Peak:
|Jack & Rudy skijoring Rabbit Ears Peak Nov 2020.|
|Max & Zorro skijoring the same trail at almost the same location|
in Oct 2017.
Why the tear? Well, the Oct 2017 photo was one of Max's last ever skijors. Add that this was young Jack & Rudy's first ever skijor on this particular trail. In addition, Rudy & Jack are wearing Max & Zorro's "orange hunting season" skijor harnesses. We have an orange set we wear in Oct/Nov and then Jack & Rudy switch to their green & purple harnesses once we are out of hunting season. Well, Rudy is roughly the same size as Max and Jack is roughly the same size as Zorro. So, we get to see Rudy in Max gear and Jack in Zorro gear this time of year. Thus, the tear in my eye knowing we were flying along one of Max's last trails in his and Zorro's gear!
It was a fabulous outing on Rabbit Ears Peak this morning as we found a solo snowmobile track to follow forever:
|Endless snowmobile track for endless skijoring!|
Come along for a video counterpart to the prior photo. Endless, endless fun! Wheeee!
[watch on youtube if no video loads below]
The only thing that can distract Jack & Rudy from an endless trail? Moose tracks!
|"Moose went this way!" declares Jack standing in a trough of moose|
leg prints leading into the deep snow off trail.
"Really? How fresh? Shall we follow?" asks curious Rudy.
Done running one of Max's last trails and time to celebrate the outing with elder Zorro:
|"Did they do justice to the karma in those harnesses?" asks Zorro.|
"We did, we did!" adds happy Jack & Rudy.
An nostalgic tribute to Max run this morning, miss you Max! 7 miles traveled with 600 feet of elevation climbed and a top speed of 19 MPH.
2020/2021 Season to Date: 9 days on the trails covering 62.4 miles with 6000 feet of elevation climbed.