Wednesday, January 6, 2021


 There is nothing quite as content as a Siberian Husky or two covered in snow :)

"Ahhh, covered in snow!" says the content pair.

Why are they so covered in snow? Well, they just did a pair of rodent dives and dunks into the deep snow off the side of the trail:

Dunking for rodents as we get buried and covered in snow :)

Besides dunking and diving for rodents, we did do some wonderful skijoring today!

Come along for a fun ride as the GPS registered our top speed at 23 MPH as we laid fresh tracks in the morning's new snow on Gold Run Road. Wheeee!

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Some more fun photos of the fast kids. Zooming along the wide "main trail":

Flying Jack next to sprint tucked Rudy.

Note the short fence we are approaching on our right in the photo above. There is a trail on both sides of this fence and it serves to keep the two paths separated at their closest point. Do you see the trail to the right of the fence? Well, how about now:

Flying along on the lower trail now as we approach the same short fence.

Pretty cool to see why this short fence exists as a trail separator when you look at Jack & Rudy flying by on each side.

Back to the trailhead and we have the most focused 'end or run' treat threesome I have ever seen!

So focused, but so patient too! Good boys!

Great day laying fresh tracks on and around Gold Run Road: 7.4 miles traveled with 600 feet of elevation climbed and a top speed of 23 MPH.

2020-2021 Season to Date: 50 days on the trails covering 391.3 miles with 34,700 feet of elevation climbed.

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