Category Archives: Canicross

Cani-Walking 4Ever?

After almost three weeks off from mushing and warming up with some walking in harness this week, I thought it was time to get the MPs back in front of the scooter. We haven’t been down to the Mendota Trail … Continue reading

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Charity Begins at Home and Ends with a Training Epiphany

It’s going to take me a while to get to the point today, but I promise you I will get there eventually if you just stick with me. I almost never take my dogs on “normal” leash walks anymore. If … Continue reading

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April Skijors Bring…. something something.

In the weeks following my last post, enough snow eventually melted to break out the scooter for a couple of runs. Although the dirt trails were still way too muddy for the scooter (deep, sucking, wheels-can’t-turn muddy rather than simply … Continue reading

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The Reluctant Runner… or, When All Else Fails, Canicross Some More

Since my last post, the condition of the state park trails has gradually improved… Not too bad… just a few patches of raggedly ice left here and there. I could probably break out the scooter again at this point, except… … Continue reading

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Squash! I’M FLYING… or, When All Else Fails, Canicross.

I think I’ve made my displeasure at the lack of snow this winter quite clear. I’m not going to belabor it any more than is necessary to let off enough steam to prevent my head from pressurizing to the point … Continue reading

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The thrill of victory, and the agony of… not victory.

It’s easy to make yourself look awesome on the internet. You can pick and choose who you interact with, ignore, friend, or unfriend; what information, interests, stories, and opinions you share (possibly overshare) or keep to yourself; what pictures and … Continue reading

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Free Wheel-in’ Pip

Sometimes when you get a new hammer, everything starts to look like a nail. And when your hammer is canicrossing and you’ve already gotten two dogs in the household involved, the third dog can start to look suspiciously like a … Continue reading

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