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Bethel Basketball players getting ready to cheer for the Home Team- Kaiser Kennel and Williams Kennels!
A couple more in Koyuk!
Thanks for these from Corinne Trish in Koyuk- Apparently Pete is quite the Celebrity!
Great Photos of Pete headed into Unalakleet! Thanks Don!!
Our Iditarider, Gail has once again been straining the web for Kaiser photos and stuff.
Here’s her new find: Jeff Schultz photos, a nice site for photos that you can buy prints. Check it out here!
Here is a sampling of the Vet Check in Kaltag:
You’ll enjoy these! Thanks to Paul and Isabella in Galena!
Paul and Isabella Apfelbeck were gracious enough to make sure they got us the photos right away! Team looks pretty darn good doesn’t it? So does Pete!
Joy gave me a bunch of photos to share from the Starting Line. Have fun at the Photo Page!
A little info from the Iditarider,
I joined the Canadian Forces at the age of 17 to “see the world”. I’m currently stationed to Elmendorf Airforce Base here in Alaska and live in
Peters Creek with my husband Fred and our golden retriever Arden.
I went to my first Iditarod at Willow in 2008 and thought it was amazing. I love dogs and think the whole idea of “The Race” exciting. I will be retiring from the military next month and when I made
that decision I knew I wanted to do something big to remember my time in Alaska. Being an Iditarider was perfect.
I know I was fortunate to ride with Pete. He was gracious enough to pose for pictures each time we asked and answered our many questions. His
family and friends are super too, letting myself, Fred and our friends share their enthusiasm. I hope Pete knows he has fans throughout Canada that are cheering for him.
Pete is probably on the trail by now, but Iditarod just hasn’t updated the website. He could have left after noon.
Just got off the phone with Grant Fairbanks who sent me a whole slew of photos. Apparently he missed Pete, so Andy Angstman rented a snowmachine and headed over to Takotna to visit with Pete. (I am trying to track Andy down to talk to him)
I just posted the Photos on the photo page, but here’s one for you. Pete is doing very well. In fact he said that Pete, Mike Williams Jr. and Quinn Iten looked like the just got in from Kwethluk, where the rest looked pretty Trail Weary!!
I just got an eMail from Pete’s Iditarider, Gail Carleton. She sent some photos in that have been posted to the Photo page.
She is going to send me details of her ride and her visit to our State.
I told her to send them right over and I would post them aay! (She said that in Canadian it is spelled, “eh”)