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Yesterday I volunteered at the Gunn Ranch trailhead. It is one of the places where dogs are allowed on the ski trails. They need passes just like people. Luna accompanied me and enjoyed meeting dogs and being part of the fun. Some dogs were going backcountry skiing and did not need passes. It was a pretty foggy day at the trailhead. Returning skiers said that 5 k up the trail, they broke into the sunshine. Lucky them!

 

Backcountry skiers disapeared into this fog before emerging into the sunshine!

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Luna particularly liked this blonde goldendoodle from Orange County, CA

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His owners flew up with him just the day before

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He likes it here

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Ready to go out on the trail

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One of the backcountry dogs. He was tired from the deep snow.

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Some dogs have trouble with snow sticking between their pads

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She’s 11!

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Getting to know each other in the parking lot

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Getting started going into the backcountry can be a challenge.

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And they’re off.

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Daisy Mae before skiing

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Kavu is a handsome fellow from the west side

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Frosty eyelashes were common after skiing through the fog for both people and dogs!

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Daisy Mae after

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Driving to and from Gunn Ranch can be a challenge in the fog.

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2 Comments

  1. Love the dog theme, Terri.


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