Almost a foot of snow is destined to cover the still snowy mountains and hills today and into tomorrow evening. The mali-family enjoys the snow, but I am ready for spring and green leaves. Pemi and Sirius love running together. I think they will make a nice skijor team. Below, is a another action shot… Continue
For a couple years I’ve been planning another litter out of my incredible malinois girl, Abby, and today was the start of that journey. Rou Ivarus, a direct import malinois from Serbia was my choice stud. His lines mix beautifully with Abby’s, he has a balanced temperament suitable for work and family, he is social… Continue
A playing with a stick in the bright sunshine. Maple weekend, and what a nice day for a game of fetch.
Abby and her sweet pups, 2012. Each puppy is special and has their own unique personality.
Pemi is growing in leaps and bounds. Very fast and athletic pup. It was very cold and windy on our hike, 17 but felt like it was below zero.
The nor’easter came a blowing in, bringing with it about 16 inches of dense, blowing snow. It was all storm on Tuesday, followed by some incredible bright sunshine, distilled on the higher peaks by windblown powder. I can’t say the snow is super welcome right now, as I was just getting used to packed trails… Continue
Team Gulo Gulo hit the mountains in advance of the nor’easter scheduled to dump anywhere from a foot to two feet of snow over the next two days. Beautiful packed trail to the summit, with the exception of a few very deep post-holes left during the last meltdown. They are now frozen solid and as… Continue
Cold and wind don’t hold back Team Gulo Gulo! We hit the trails for a mountain loop, and the quiet, frosty chill was invigorating. I think the fluffy malis like it best when it is cold.
At the overlook at H.H. mountain loop today, Sirius started smelling some very enticing scents wafting up from the valley below. I captured my noble beastie sniffing the mountain air. Team Gulo Gulo had a wonderful run, enjoying the peace and quiet of the mountains in winter.