NOTHING BUT THE BEST FOR THE DOGGIES: I just picked up 1700 pounds of human-grade salmon, beef heart, ground turkey, ground pork, and boneless chicken breasts and legs. A big THANKS goes toThree Bears Alaska – they sponsored the meat for my 2019 Iditarod. I tell people that those dogs eat better than most people – and they do!
Deciding to run the 1000-mile Iditarod Sled Dog Race is not one I take lightly. However, after much thought and discussion with my husband, I will travel the trail one final time in 2019. I will be 60 years young and this a great way to finish my Iditarod racing career.
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Love those dogs! This is leaving the yard with the Big Banana and Manley in lead. Look at 50 Below (in wheel) – he looks all mean (but he is a big love). What he is reacting to is Barge, who is checking him out. Barge is an Iditarod veteran and 50 Below an up-and-coming race dog. Barge just wants to make sure that 50 knows his place Photo by Laurent Dick
My team came in 9th at the end of the 2-day Earl Norris Memorial Sled Dog Race. Not too bad considering it was a sprint race and we are long-disance racers AND I only had 8 dogs when other teams had 10 – love those strong doggies. My Big Banana is so considerate – moving to the side to do his pre-race business and Tug appreciated his thoughtfulness ? It was Fifty Below’s (in wheel) first race – he eventually started looking forward and he did great with all the passing – great training!