Jan 11, 2011

MUSH!!!

My daughter ran the race. (Her dogs helped.)  I went and got the stomach flu so I couldn't be her handler, and I also couldn't get any pictures..I have some race pictures still coming and will try to post them later.
She had a great time, good fellowship and food.  Her team came in fifth in the 6 dog recreational run.  I think she did very wellfor her first race, there were about 20 or so teams competing.
This is a picture from one of her training runs.  The snow is good this year-if you're into winter sports.
Taking her sister for a ride.  (They need weight in the sled. :)  )
She loves to run dogs and is going for a training run tonight.  She hopes to race again in March.
Good job, honey.

5 comments:

Cary Ann said...

Oh how fun is that! I'd like to go for a ride too :) So sorry you got the stomach flu and missed it. I hope you are feeling better.

Sarah said...

Wow! That is so great she did a good job. Sorry you weren't feeling well. Looking forward to March to see how she does.

Sarah

Sheri said...

They look like they are having so much fun! I'm glad you are feeling better. The girls don't even look like they are cold!

Mama Pea said...

Good for your daughter! Running a dog team takes LOTS of work and dedication. And what a way for a young person to learn responsibility. Hope you're feeling all better!

Carrie of Farming On Faith said...

Oh how fun.
Sorry you missed the snow pancakes. They really did taste extra good.
Have a wonderful day!

Jan 11, 2011

MUSH!!!

My daughter ran the race. (Her dogs helped.)  I went and got the stomach flu so I couldn't be her handler, and I also couldn't get any pictures..I have some race pictures still coming and will try to post them later.
She had a great time, good fellowship and food.  Her team came in fifth in the 6 dog recreational run.  I think she did very wellfor her first race, there were about 20 or so teams competing.
This is a picture from one of her training runs.  The snow is good this year-if you're into winter sports.
Taking her sister for a ride.  (They need weight in the sled. :)  )
She loves to run dogs and is going for a training run tonight.  She hopes to race again in March.
Good job, honey.

5 comments:

Cary Ann said...

Oh how fun is that! I'd like to go for a ride too :) So sorry you got the stomach flu and missed it. I hope you are feeling better.

Sarah said...

Wow! That is so great she did a good job. Sorry you weren't feeling well. Looking forward to March to see how she does.

Sarah

Sheri said...

They look like they are having so much fun! I'm glad you are feeling better. The girls don't even look like they are cold!

Mama Pea said...

Good for your daughter! Running a dog team takes LOTS of work and dedication. And what a way for a young person to learn responsibility. Hope you're feeling all better!

Carrie of Farming On Faith said...

Oh how fun.
Sorry you missed the snow pancakes. They really did taste extra good.
Have a wonderful day!