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Jay peak dog sledding on the frozen surface of Lake Almanaguy

A little more than two weeks ago, I posted a story about how I had finally had enough of the snow and ice that I had been driving around in my Subaru Forester in order to get to places, and how I had finally decided that I was going to take some time off. The decision was spurred on by a conversation with my parents, who have always been supportive of me, and who have just recently been expressing an interest in traveling more, and have even talked about some of their travels to various destinations that they would like to visit, with me and my sister.

So, on Wednesday, January 10, I packed my bags (including a suitcase and some other luggage), and sd my farewells to my parents, my brother, my sister, my best friend, my house, and my life. I took the trn from Chicago to New York, and then I caught a flight to Hawi.

The plan was to head to Hilo, where I would visit with some friends for a few days, and then I would drive down to Lahna, where I would stay a few nights, and then drive down to Ka'anapali, where I would stay for about a week. In between those two places, I planned on taking day trips to places like Keawepo‘omalu and Kealakekua Bay, and visiting the National Tropical Botanical Gardens in Kona.

However, since I was going to be spending most of my time in Lahna, I thought that I would be able to squeeze in some dog sledding. I had heard stories about dog sledding in Hawi, about how it was the most natural way to get around in the Hawian Islands, and that it was a good alternative to taking a bus, or driving your own car. So, on Monday, January 15, when I got in touch with the people who would be taking me out on the dog sledding, I was thrilled.

After a short, two hour flight from Chicago to Kahului, I met up with my friend who would be traveling with me, and then we drove to the trl that we were going to be riding down, which I will talk about later in this post.

My friend and I got to the trl, and we were all suited up and ready to go. The weather was very chilly, and I was definitely glad that I had put on my extra layer of clothing. I had brought my snow pants with me, and a fleece jacket, but it was still pretty chilly, and I was glad that I had also brought my gloves.

As we all rode together down the trl, I began to get to know my new friend, who I will refer to as “Joe” because that is his name. As we rode, Joe told me about how he had lived his life in Chicago, and had been an assistant manager of a Subway restaurant. And as we rode, I learned that he had been to the University of Hawi at Manoa, and had graduated in 2003 with a degree in Psychology. He went on to complete a master’s degree, and then went on to get a doctorate degree in Psychopharmacology. And as he continued to ride, he told me that he and his girlfriend had recently moved to Maui from California. So, now I will call him “Joe” instead of “G.”

When we got to the base of the trl, I noticed that there were two other dog sleds that were going to be traveling with us. There were about six dogs, in total, and they were each individually lead by the person who was in charge of their dog.

As we all got into our sleds, I asked “Joe” how many dogs there were, and he told me that there were six. I was pleased to hear that there would be a good amount of dogs to keep up with us.

As we made our way along the trl, we had a lot of fun laughing, because a couple of the dogs were really high-strung, and the owners were in constant danger of losing control of them, and they would have to grab them by the lead or even take them to the ground, and restrn them. However, we got a lot of laughs as we went along, because the dogs were very playful, and would try to jump out and run ahead of the sleds.

We were able to travel for about two hours, until we got to where the trl would end at the bottom of the mountn. We had about a six-mile round trip, and after a short break, we began to make the ride back.

As we rode back down the trl, I began to feel that I was able to relax, and get into a groove, because I knew that we were getting back, and I knew that we had a short ride ahead of us.

When we got back to the starting point, I felt a bit hungry, so I asked “Joe” if we could stop at a local diner that was along the way, and he sd that was fine.

So, after we had stopped, I took the opportunity to use the restroom, which I have never been able to do when I travel. I was so excited to find a restroom, and to be able to use it.

After I was done in the restroom, I had an opportunity to speak with Joe’s girlfriend, “Melanie.” We chatted a bit about our plans, and I was glad that we were going to be able to see each other agn in the coming days. She is also from the Chicago area, so I know that she must have a good sense of humor as well.

We left the diner, and then I had an opportunity to meet up with “Joe’s” friend. “Tony” was also from the Chicago area, but he was also from Wisconsin. “Tony” is very tall, and has a great sense of humor. He was very friendly, and he was the one who had told me that he


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