Sunday, November 13, 2005

Ouch! That Hurts!

Started out skijoring when we hit some rock hidden by snow. Not a big surprised since we don't have alot of snow, but still, my feet came to a standstill and my chest thumped the ground pretty good. Knocked the wind out of me. Later I realized my thumb was sprained and for a bit thought a rib was busted. Thank goodness not only bruised. but it busted the LCD display on the camera :( Here's a pic from out on the trail.

4 Comments:

Blogger dogsled_stacie said...

I think I'm having the same kind of luck as you! Got my arm wrapped around a line and almost got sucked under the 4-wheeler one day. Next day, out skijoring took a nice wipeout and landed on my elbow and reefed up my wrecked shoulder (hurt skijoring last year... hmmmm). Then the next day (yes! 3 in a row!!) the ladder from my loft fell on my head!!! I think I got a concussion!

Anyways, that skijoring thing can sure be a dangerous sport! Man, skis are really picky with hitting those pesky rocks and stuff eh?

At least you're just wounded, thank goodness for that. Bummer about the camera though!

11/13/2005 08:37:00 PM  
Blogger funhog and fundogs said...

Hi Stacie,

I guess if we got up and out the door with the dogs the next day our injuries weren't that bad :) I still think I might call my 3 the mala-monsters.

8 mile 13 km run and they kept the lines taut which is good.

fh

11/14/2005 11:38:00 AM  
Blogger Janet Whitesell said...

Now that I have a yard full of top racing dogs instead of a calm Malamute housepet, I am scared to go skijoring without scouting the trail first. Today I skied down the trail a ways to see how things were, and there was a little bit of gravel to grab my skis now and then. Still, I might try skijoring with my old beater skis and a retired dog or two. Hard to resist.

11/17/2005 09:49:00 PM  
Blogger George Forgan-Smith said...

Interesting... I am still looking for a great alaskan malamute breed do you know of directory or something?

3/31/2006 04:40:00 PM  

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