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Sunday, February 5, 2012

Allen Through Central

Quito and Chica led the charge into Central with Biscuit and Pud in swing. As you can see by the picture, Chica liked her promotion and leading with her sister.

Allen had a brief stay at Central checkpoint, stopping only to fix a missing bolt on the break of his sled (broken on the descent of Eagle Summit), replace a few booties, grab gear and straw, and then back on the trail.

Allen is planning on camping between Central and Circle, so the dogs will get some quiet rest away from all the hubbub of the checkpoints. With the steepness of Rosebud and Eagle behind them, Allen and the dogs are looking forward to the upcoming runs.


Linda Toth said...

Great photo of Chica and Quito .. Once he leaves Circle, we all will have to be patient for more photos until Dawson - I am not big on the patience thing.

Anonymous said...

Way to go Allen, Fantastic updates, thanks for the pictures. Having fun tracking Allen and the dogs.

Melissa K. said...

Thanks for all the great coverage. Good luck!

Anonymous said...

This may be a stupid question. How does the handlers, support team get to the checkpoints. By truck to Circle then what. Love all the updates from Aliy and Ryne. Woohoo!!!!! Way to Go Allen.

Anonymous said...

Hi, If you have not checked out the pictures on Yukon Quest-Offical Site, do, some great shots of Allen, Yukon Quest 2012 Day 2 49 photos. I think at Eagle Pass.

Anonymous said...

there are some great pictures of Allen on the Yukon Quest FB site the ones under YQ 2012, Day 2. Maureen

Anonymous said...

I know two children who will be very excited when we do our Yukon-Quest-Quito-and-Chica-Check in the morning! Thank you so much for all the coverage, and for this photo in particular.
Chloe and Indigo's Mum

Anonymous said...

So glad to see Chica back in the mix!!! I've always been so fond of her!

Woof, woof! Go Allen!