When I think back to the early days of Alaska, I am always intrigued by the history of it all. I love finding family histories and stories of people that pioneered our great state. I try to imagine life back then, how families operated, and the roles they played in making Alaska what it is today. Read more →
I mentioned yesterday that I wouldn’t be surprised if the current standings at the time of yesterdays update would mirror the finish results. That turned out to be the case late last night as Mitch Seavey and his team of hardy huskies were the first to cross under the burled arch in Nome to claim the top prize and seal his second victory in the race since 2004. Read more →
By all accounts, today is the day. Projected to be late today, we will crown a winner for the 2013 Iditarod Trail sled dog race. Yesterday was a day of rolling the dice, taking chances, and guessing what other competitors might be doing. Read more →
Well, day seven is in full swing and endurance is the word of the day! We are seeing the profits of conservative mushers, but are we also witnessing the consequences of pushing hard and long as well? Confirmed by the leader board below, Jeff King, who is now in first position, has been patiently consistent and up to this point mostly conservative. He has been quoted saying, “I have not felt this good, at this point in the race, since 2006″. Knowing Jeff personally, he has an extremely strong sense of competition, but will certainly tell it like it is! I think Jeff is ready to roll out his master plan. Read more →
We have found a few trail photos in reference to yesterday’s trail advisory we thought you would appreciate. Although these experienced mushers can make this race look easy, don’t be fooled. Its a wet, cold, dangerous, jungle out there! Read more →
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