Down the Rabbit Hole

By:  Ben
December 6, 2011


We told Porter stories of this mythical land at the end of the tunnel we had discovered. He was skeptical, but always happy to come along on a fool’s errand. We searched around, but couldn’t find the entrance we had used before.

Kate looking desperately for the entrance to the Rabbit Hole

At last, we found it! Through the rabbit hole we went…

… and suddenly the snow appeared!


I jumped in first, wanting to make sure I hit the pow


Tom was close behind


Colby isn’t one to be left out

but we could all take a lesson from Porter the Powder Pig

If you look closely, i'm grinning almost as widely as a Cheshire Cat

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6 Comments

  1. bushman
    wrote on December 6th, 2011 at 8:12 am  
    1

    cwazy wabbit! nice breakfast recap, great pics. thanks

  2. christian
    wrote on December 6th, 2011 at 5:57 pm  
    2

    no mention of that tom selleck ANYWHERE in the TR?!?!
    don’t think it went unnoticed…

    • Porter Haney
      wrote on December 7th, 2011 at 1:32 pm  
      3

      It’s been cold for Utah standards – everyone’s growing lip warmers these days.

  3. powhounddd
    wrote on December 6th, 2011 at 7:20 pm  
    4

    Beautiful terrain. Great TR, I am going to have to switch to long-range sensors to find the pockets of fun…

  4. K_C
    wrote on December 6th, 2011 at 8:41 pm  
    5

    Oh wow, looks like a fun day with a fun crew! I’m going to go look for a rabbit hole to Umont…

  5. rangerjake
    wrote on December 7th, 2011 at 10:56 am  
    6

    Boy that looks fun. Some really nice photos in there. Thanks for helping us back east keep our chins up!

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