Iditarod Adventures: Tales from Mushers Along the Trail by Lew Freedman,Jon Van Zyle

By Lew Freedman,Jon Van Zyle

In IDITAROD ADVENTURES, mushers clarify why they've got selected this rugged way of life, what has saved them in long-distance mushing, and the reports they've got persisted alongside that unforgiving path between
Anchorage and Nome. popular activities author Lew Freedman profiles 23 mushers—men, ladies, Natives, pro veterans, and a few particularly new to the tough activity, a lot of whom are so recognized in Alaska that lovers seek advice from them in basic terms by way of their first names. The e-book additionally positive aspects interviews with directors who set up the development and confirm it occurs each year, volunteers, and others whose connection to the Iditarod is self-evident whether they don’t have an professional title.

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