Well one thing is for sure living a dog mushers life is always exciting. I have always had some Four wheeler trail issues out of my place, but up until yesterday we had no problems. But I went out yesterday to find my trail blocked and no trespassing and Trap line
signs up. This had been a trail I have been using for the past few years on and off and there has never been a problem. But the owner of the property decided he didn't
wanted to run a trap line
on the trail and didn't want me traveling over the trail and drawing more traffic,so he blocked it off. This is a big blow but one I have to understand. We live in Alaska for a reason and if he doesn't
want anyone on his property he has the right to block it, and I have to respect
that. This is not good for my training but I can still go short miles and will do that for the next few days while I figure out my next move. On a positive note, I got conformation from Kyla (last years handler) that she is definitely
come back this season. This is great news. She did an awesome job last year and I am sure will hit the grown running when she gets here on Nov. 2. I know the dogs will be extremely excited to see her, she did an amazing job of bonding with them last year which is what made her such an asset to Wild and Free. With this new turn off events AJ
has decided that a new place is calling him and has moved on to the next stop on his world tour. I appreciate all he did for me and am sure he will be successful wherever his travels take him. I better run the snow is falling here and hopefully that continues, if we just get a foot of snow all my problems will be solved! Until next time PRAY FOR SNOW!!!