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The dogs of the Iditarod: powering sled teams on snow and social media
Facebook Twitter Pinterest American Summit, Yukon Quest 2016 ... mushers to use iPod Touches and encouraged them to upload at checkpoints, said musher Cody Strathe, who runs Squid Acres Kennel with his wife Paige Drobny. It was a few days before the.

Iditarod Notebook, ceremonial start
By the end of the day, 85 mushers and some 1,000 dogs had visited the park, and many of the dogs made deposits. "The grass should grow well," musher Cody ... 2016 button. Zappa said the Bernie Sanders presidential campaign was looking for a progressive.

Squid Acres Reunited in Galena
Galena’s hospitality and warmth have been on full display during my stay here, and I know the mushers have greatly appreciated this special place on the trail. Want to know more about Paige Drobny and Cody Strathe and the other 2016 Iditarod mushers and.

Western Alaska mushers sign up for 2016 Iditarod
Reitel is one of more than 60 mushers - including four other rural mushers - who have signed up to compete in the 2016 Iditarod, which is scheduled to begin in March with a ceremonial start in Anchorage. Joining Reitel in the race will also be a handful of.

62 mushers sign up for Iditarod 2016
FAIRBANKS — Nine mushers ... place March 7, 2016, in Willow. A lack of snow in Southcentral this past winter forced the restart to be moved to Pike’s Landing in Fairbanks. The race also restarted from Pike’s in 2003. The Iditarod finishes.

Iditarod opening ceremony saved by shipment of snow; “Sled dog racing will have to adapt”
Fairbanks snow arrived in Anchorage by train today for the #Iditarod ceremonial start Cody Strathe, a musher in the 2016 Iditarod race, told CNN that the lack of snow is not stopping him from participating.

Iditarod opening ceremony saved by shipment of snow
Last year, the low levels caused the race to move 225 miles north to Fairbanks. Cody Strathe, a musher in the 2016 Iditarod race, told CNN that the lack of snow is not stopping him from participating in the 1,000-mile race. Since moving to Alaska in 2001.

Mushing Explained Video: Designing the perfect dog sled
Iditarod mushers are preparing for a particularly ... The plastic on the runners of this Cody Strathe sled determines in part how the sled rides on the trail. Other mushers are building slow into their strategy, too. Or simply looking for ways to tamper.

For Mushers Who Know Real-Life Struggle, Iditarod is Only Part of a Bigger Journey
It’s been a week of racing for mushers in the Iditarod, and those in the middle of the pack are ... Another musher finding the field more competitive than expected is rookie Cody Strathe, who arrived 29th into Galena. “I mean, to be in the top 30.

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