Peter Kaiser 2018 Iditarod
Finished 3/14/18 1:09:03pm
9days 22hrs 9min 2sec
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Wah Hooo! We made it over 100 members! As a thank you to everyone, Rick Hanson came up with live video right from the Finish Line. Be Here unless you can Be Near!!
Pete currently is fighting for 28th place. It is truly neck and neck with less than a half mile separating the two mushers who have been traveling together since Kaltag. (More than 200 miles!) They are currently 55 miles from Nome and a HUGE Celebration!!
67 is Pete’s Bib Number. The Leader is 02 Linwood Feidler.
Pete Kaiser is on his way to Nome. He left just after 4pm today in front of a crowd of spectators in Willow, AK. He is starting at the end of the pack, so he has a bit of a trench to follow as the trail gets a bit scraped out as the 66 previous teams have gone before him. Temperatures have cooled some, so that will be a plus. It was a bit too warm for the last few days. Apparently the trail past Rainy Pass in the Puntilla Lake area is pretty deep snow. Trail crews are working on it presently.
Pete’s team looked real good and were raring to go! A video will be posted shortly.
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