Fun shot of Jack & Rudy running fast as we complete a 10+ mile skijor!
|Impressive pair 10+ miles later!!!|
Today we had a blast playing in all kinds of tracks!
We had rodent tracks which pulled Rudy off trail in one of his patented rodent swan dives:
|"Rodents this way! Incoming!!!!" demonstrates diving Rudy.|
"Whoa, really, here I come!" adds Jack reacting to Rudy's dive off trail.
Jack did a mini-dive of his own to join Rudy, but nobody gets the lift
of Rudy in a dive :)
At one point, Jack declared, "We MUST exit the main trail HERE!" I obliged and said, "Sure, tell us were you want to go Jack." I pretty much knew what Jack smelled in the air - MOOSE! Jack was exactly right, we found a trough of moose track leading far into the forest. I could tell by Jack & Rudy's energy that these tracks were very fresh:
|The moose seeking twins power through deep snow to follow the|
moose trail into the forest!
|Jack in one cat track, Rudy on an older snowmobile track.|
What was so special about the cat track? Well, it was fresh! If you look at the prior photo, the left and right of the trail has fresh & soft cat tracks. The middle of the trail is an older (and now frozen) snowmobile track. This made for perfect conditions as I skied with one ski in the soft cat track (for control) and one ski in the frozen snowmobile track (for speed). Put weight on the snowmobile ski for speed and put weight on the cat ski for control. Come along and watch the day's cat track fun:
|"Oh my, what fun!" declares ecstatic Jack.|
"Yea, yea, tracks, I heard - what about those pork treats in your hand!" says Zorro.