Part VI: Dog Trails, a winter sport for dog people
Brought to you by the Inn of Acadia
Imagine it’s 6 in the morning and you’ve already eaten a hearty breakfast and been up for hours, buried under layers of warm clothing and outerwear. Your nostrils are frozen and puffs of white, crystalized air burst from your nose with each breath. It might be -40 degrees, or it might be warmer – like 10 degrees, but you don’t mind a bit. You’ve checked your list a dozen times, but you go through it all again.