I think there was a show named You Are There. In any case, as we wait for Team Kaiser to reach the Mighty Yukon River, I’ve got some fun things to look at. SO what if YOU were the Iditarider? Here is what you would see:
Official Start day is here! Team Kaiser is busily making final preparations for the race. There is still much work to be done. Pete and the team try to rest up a bit as they will be in full race mode until Nome, but prepping for a race is alot of busy work. It is also mentally challenging as Pete will try to put it all into perspective and already is strategizing how to put the race together.
We’ll see you there! Bring your signs and take photos of yourselves! We will also have a load of start line photos and such, so STAY TUNED!!
Cathy PalermoI love all the beautiful 4 legged babies in the races.1 · 4 hours ago
Barb McGilvrayGreat to see Libby! Where men are men and women win the Iditarod!!4 · 4 hours ago
Renee Blonder GriffithDo you think we will get to hear the full story from Jeff king of what actually took place out there?? Kind of like Scott's interview when he took us through what he went through?? Just because we have followed king this whole time and would like to know exactly what he encountered out there...very hard to imagine cause we have 20 mph winds today so hard to imagine 50 plus !!3 · 3 hours ago
Helen PeveyI like Headquarters with all the Posters!3 hours ago
Vivi GregoryWonderful pictures.....helps us long distance fans feel a little closer. Libby, Aliy, Jesse......the perfect role models for our daughters everywhere. Love, love, LOVE Iditarod. Thank you!!!2 hours ago
Robert FlyWOW what a race. Just making it to Nome this year in one piece was a challenge.1 · 4 hours ago
LeeAnn JeyakaranWill you be reporting stats and updates about the teams that scratched including status of all teams and mushers injuries?4 hours ago
Laura AllhandsCongratulations everyone....another amazing, inspiring year!!1 · 3 hours ago
Andrea EricksonI am in awe of each and everyone who runs this race, especially this year. Congratulations seems inadequate somehow, but Congrats!!!! anyway.
and Thanks for another great write-up Sebastian, always insightful and entertaining :)2 · 2 hours ago
Margie Baier ReckCongratulations to all the mushers, especially to Aliy Zirkle who finished 2nd and Jessie Royer of Montana for finishing 7th. Way to go ladies!2 · 2 hours ago
Sue HansenAny one mushing this race is amazing whether they are first or red lantern! What a brutal and raw course. Keep posting your stories, we love them!2 · 2 hours ago
Sue HansenOh and the ultimate stars of the race ~ the dogs!!! <31 · 2 hours ago
Shirley Wong PopeLooking fwd to seeing every musher and their amazing dogs coming into Nome esp the Red Lantern. Inspiring!2 hours ago
Ilene TerryThank you for keeping us up to date!2 hours ago
Joy PensingerCongratulations to all! What a great race!1 hour ago