[pct-l] Siberian Husky on PCT

Nicole E. Phillips nephils at gmail.com
Tue May 21 08:35:59 CDT 2013

That's actually a really good idea Piper. As a dog owner I was initially
considering ways to incorporate my dog into the hike. She is a great hiking
companion and treads very lightly on trail. I've been amazed at how quiet
she is when we're on hikes and she rarely strays from her heel position on
trail. Anyway, knowing how much I will miss her, it sounds like a good idea
to try to arrange for her to meet me somewhere near the end, what a
motivator that would be!
On May 21, 2013 9:08 AM, "Diane Soini" <dianesoini at gmail.com> wrote:

> I usually don't join in the dog discussion since I have very little
> experience with dogs. On one of my two long hikes of the PCT there
> were two dogs. They both looked really very tired. One of them had
> the hiker limp just like people. Anyway, that's not my point...
> I wanted to suggest that perhaps you could just finish the trail with
> your dog. Pick him up somewhere around Mt. Hood and hike to the
> Canadian border. It would be a goal for you, something to look
> forward to, and a big morale boost once you got him on trail with
> you. Of course, you might have to slow your pace a bit at first so he
> can get in shape. Knowing this might help you stay on time and not
> waste time in So Cal with all the socializing. Lots of times people
> want to join thru-hikers for a section so maybe someone could do this
> for you and as a condition bring your dog to you. This will also help
> you slow down a bit.
> Good luck,
> Diane "Piper" (had to change my email)
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