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Old 11-12-2007, 05:50 PM
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Here's some of our latest videos.
I take videos with a camera mounted between the handlebars, so you can really see what its like to fly down a trail being pulled by a dog!

In this first video, I think we did about 8km, and I took a few videos throughout the run and edited them together. The dogs are obviously more tired at some times! We're working on building up their endurance. It's really hard on poor Mochi, so since this run, we stick to doing 4 or 5 km if we go as a group. I take Kena out alone for longer runs. I think I might have posted this before, but oh well!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUBWVCexrco

I like this video, except the camera is angled down just a tad too much. At some times, we are taking huge hills but with the camera angle, it's hardly evident.
My husband is riding the bike with the camera mount in this video. He's insane. I should get some heftier life insurance on him! He tells the dogs to 'HIKE' going down hills, and doesn't like to use his brakes!! I prefer a slower, more controlled ride.
Tiku is running a bit funny in this one. I was really worried, but the next time we took her out, she did great. She must have had a sore foot or something like that.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBlUi5CnKeQ

This was taken yesterday. The dogs all did great, but I was having camera troubles and missed a lot of the best parts of the run. This is our second run on this trail. I like it, for the most part, but it's really scary at times. There's a lot of really sharp turns and a lot of trees to wrap yourself around. It's good for training, because you need to exercise control. It's very interesting, it has a lot of varied terrain, and it's not usually busy either. We don't usually run into too many people.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fC5LvEH6D5w

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Old 11-12-2007, 08:33 PM
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Hehehehe I see Tiku found herself in the water again LOL Clearly I need to come out your way for some training runs too!!! Great vids!
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Old 11-12-2007, 09:16 PM
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LOL! I told them to get in it this time! That was at the end of the trail before we turned around. I keep forgetting to bring long lines for them. They seem to want to swim out to sea!

Yes you should come for training runs! Oh, and we went to a ball diamond today that was enclosed in 8 foot fencing!
But I'm still looking forward to doing that trail out your way again. That's the nicest trail I've done!
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