Here’s a link to the Denali National Park sled dog puppy cam.
I can’t remember the name of the motel where I saw this, but this is a photo of a painting of sled dogs that I came across in Healy, Alaska, just north of Denali. (I remember the motel because I used to work with a nice guy named Carson, and a guy that could have easily passed as his twin brother worked there.)
2017 Iditarod: “The 57-year-old musher from Sterling won the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race on Tuesday, shattering the speed record by nearly eight hours to steal the title of fastest Iditarod musher ever from his much-younger son, Dallas. ‘Fifty-seven used to be old, and it’s not anymore. I’m just letting you know that,’ Mitch Seavey said.”
See this Alaska Dispatch News story for more information and a nice video.
“The dogs have just returned from 10 days of breaking trail to Toklat and back.”
~ A note from this Denali National Park and Preserve page on Facebook
A sled dog named Gwich’in (and friends), getting ready for the Yukon Quest.
Winter heat swamps Alaska. Some sled dog races in Alaska and Canada have been canceled this year. Time will tell if the Iditarod will also have to be canceled. Image from earthobservatory.nasa.gov.
A flat tire in Alaska. I think I saw this posted on the Seavey family Ididaride Facebook account.
Painting of four sled dogs, from a motel in Healy, Alaska.