On Saturday Arly was able to take the day off from grooming, so I prompted the pack north to check out the back country in Copper Harbor.
|Geez, Arly. Let's go already!|
|Finally! Looks like a great day for a BC ski.|
The pay pipe is almost buried!
|It was a day of continual snow baths for me.|
AND it was snowing.
|I led on way out...as usual.|
|My balancing rudder/tail was put to serious use today.|
|I took a break to wait up on Arly.|
|He side-stepped up to get over the road ditch...|
I just jumped. C'mon, let's go, Arly!
|The Garden Brook trail was really snowy.|
|This burl was wearing a cap.|
|Whew...I'm going to have to follow these slow pokes for a while.|
|This tough going makes me hot!|
|Ya, I'm getting tired.|
|All the signs give an idea of the extent of the snow depth.|
|This was one of many down trees over the long board walk|
at the end of the Garden Brook trail.
|I love the taste of snow.|
|How can that itty bitty tree hold up that much snow??|
|Again, see how deep the snow is?|
These signs are usually above the 2-leggeds's heads.
This one is the northern Woopidy Woo/Garden Brook intersection.
|This is at the "Y" bridge....|
|...which is the more southern|
Woopidy Woo/Garden Brook intersection.
Don't gloat that you're faster than me, for once.
|Biker sign near the bottom of Garden Brook trail.|
|Since they're tired and finding few tracks,|
we're heading back down on the Military road.
|We swung in to see Lorri and Rick on the way home.|
|Lorri gives the best face massages.|
Ya no-one ever touches me!
|They like to talk smart about skiing....everyone knows all-paw drive is the way to go!|