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The Tustumena Experience

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There are sled dog races and then there is the Tustumena 200 down on the Kenai peninsula here in Alaska. Talking with other mushers in including two time champion and good friend, Dave Scheer he said, “There are a lot of hills.” Hills is an understatement! I lived in Colorado for over a decade and climbed a Fourteener or two. ... Read More »

Mushing Radio

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Right around Iditarod time up here in Alaska I approached a small community radio station and asked them if they would be interested in airing a show about our state sport, Mushing, and in particular, the Iditarod. The station manager asked me to submit a show proposal and he would take a listen. To my surprise, a couple days later ... Read More »

In 1987 a dream was born (Part 7)…

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The Iditarod celebrated its 40th anniversary this past March with Willow (AK) musher, Dallas Seavey winning the race. While checking out YouTube I came across a series of videos that captured my attention. They were Iditarod videos, old school style! When they were made, this years winner was just born days after. Robert Forto and Team Ineka are training for ... Read More »

In 1987 a dream was born (Part 6)…

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The Iditarod celebrated its 40th anniversary this past March with Willow (AK) musher, Dallas Seavey winning the race. While checking out YouTube I came across a series of videos that captured my attention. They were Iditarod videos, old school style! When they were made, this years winner was just born days after. Robert Forto and Team Ineka are training for ... Read More »

In 1987 a dream was born (Part 5)…

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The Iditarod celebrated its 40th anniversary this past March with Willow (AK) musher, Dallas Seavey winning the race. While checking out YouTube I came across a series of videos that captured my attention. They were Iditarod videos, old school style! When they were made, this years winner was just born days after. Robert Forto and Team Ineka are training for ... Read More »

In 1987 a dream was born (Part 4)…

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The Iditarod celebrated its 40th anniversary this past March with Willow (AK) musher, Dallas Seavey winning the race. While checking out YouTube I came across a series of videos that captured my attention. They were Iditarod videos, old school style! When they were made, this years winner was just born days after. Robert Forto and Team Ineka are training for ... Read More »

In 1987 a dream was born (Part 3)…

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The Iditarod celebrated its 40th anniversary this past March with Willow (AK) musher, Dallas Seavey winning the race. While checking out YouTube I came across a series of videos that captured my attention. They were Iditarod videos, old school style! When they were made, this years winner was just born days after. Robert Forto and Team Ineka are training for ... Read More »

In 1987 a dream was born (Part 2)…

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The Iditarod celebrated its 40th anniversary this past March with Willow (AK) musher, Dallas Seavey winning the race. While checking out YouTube I came across a series of videos that captured my attention. They were Iditarod videos, old school style! When they were made, this years winner was just born days after. Robert Forto and Team Ineka are training for ... Read More »

Iditarod 40: Winnings

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As the 2012 Iditarod draws to a close with the winners crossing under the burled arch in Nome in just a couple hours, a lot of folks are interested in what the winner(s) will take home. The top 30 finishers in Iditarod 2012 will take home a combined $550,000.┬áHere’s the list, by position, according to Iditarod officials: – 1st $50,400 ... Read More »

Iditarod 40: Mush! The Movie

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MUSH, a documentary written and directed by Alex Stein, is the first look behind the scenes at the “fine madness of the Iditarod.” While nearly everything in the world seems to be getting smaller, the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race remains larger than life. And that’s probably why more people have summited Mt. Everest in the last two years than ... Read More »