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||Posted - 12/16/2007 : 10:47:58 PM
my daughter wants to know if any of you mushers have ever meet up with santa out on the trail while training or racing i mean he needs to train his raindeer doesn't he
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||Posted - 12/17/2007 : 10:45:55 PM
take a look through the fun photos from about a year ago - we posted a pic of our team helping Santa out.
||Posted - 12/17/2007 : 3:07:19 PM
You know what they say... never give a license to a man who drives the sleigh and plays the bells
||Posted - 12/17/2007 : 12:14:19 PM
thanks folks and i would just like to say merry christmas to all run safe and keep your runners down
||Posted - 12/17/2007 : 08:37:01 AM
LOL@ DB that was funny
||Posted - 12/17/2007 : 08:09:13 AM
I am Santa Paws - for real
||Posted - 12/17/2007 : 07:39:52 AM
Well, Santa's been out on our trails, but he told me not to tell... He did let it slip that he catches a radar "blip" on his sled's scanner every Christmas. Maybe you can let her watch his flight on www.noradsanta.org ? Those are the guys that are always watching him !
||Posted - 12/17/2007 : 12:27:26 AM
that's why we weren't responding. we weren't going to break it to her yet.
we saw santa alright. big dude, red suit, reindeer. kept saying whoa, whoa, whoa, or something like that. wasn't stopping though. dogs saw 'em too. hadn't fed 'em in a while. pack instinct must've kicked in.....haven't had to feed 'em since. that stuff you hear about him being a jolly old elf is bs though, he was letting out a string that would've made a sailor blush.
towed the sleigh home, it's got some wicked wax on it, were running some tests on it now.
don't worry though, if he harness breaks at 10 months, he should be back by next year.
||Posted - 12/17/2007 : 12:08:08 AM
c'mon she is 5 years old