DryLand Mushing

We live in North Carolina near the Blue Ridge Mountains, which means maybe one or two days of mushing in snow. But, there is always dry land mushing -if the temps drop below 60 degrees, so basically that means spring, fall and most of the winter. We used to compete with the boys but since our lovely Mukki left us to run the rainbow bridge trail, we’ve discovered Quinn is not up to it. After Mukki passed over, Quinn had both knees replaced and he’s not the athlete he wants to be. But, we have our memories, check out this very funny movie -see what happens when Tala and Mukki see a squirrel on their second day out! The Squirrel Catastrophe!

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