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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

ID: Links to Articles

For those of you in Iditarod-Withdrawal, here are some links to a few more articles.

Aliy did a Q&A with Julia O'Malley of the Anchorage Daily News. Click the pic below to link.



Emily Schwing from KUAC wrote this article for KTOO.org (click pic below to link).



This Alaska Dispatch article talks about the dogs and how they fared during this year's race (click pic below to link).

7 comments:

Skokie181 said...

Yay!! Thank you! Just what I needed.

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for this group of articles! Great to read them anew.

Hope your trip went well and the 4-legged team members are all reunited!!!

Welcome back, great to hear your "voice" again!!!

Woof, woof, woof!!!

A-Town's Becky said...

AW!
You spoil us...
:-) :-) :-))

Thank you!

Nessmuk said...

Lol...I read these already BUT couldn't stop from reading them again! Thanks for the Iditarod "Fix"!! I miss the sled dog racing season so much already it hurts!

Holly Freeman said...

Really enjoyed the Julia O'Malley interview.
Your trip to safety sounds like an epic nightmare that could give some PTSD. Get better Aliy. So so glad you and the dogs made it to the checkpoint.

Glad the team is back home.

Lourdes, VT said...

Thank you guys so very much for the great post!!! You are so thoughtful and nice!
How are you all ... Humans and four-legged??
I bet it feels so great to be back home ⛺️
How are the dogs??? Did they make the plane trip well?
And the humans? Frostbite getting better?
Lots of love going your way πŸ’™πŸΎπŸ•πŸ˜

marilyn cozzens said...

Thanks so much for the articles. Great to read them again. Continue to rest & recuperate. The trip to Safety sounds like more than a nightmare. How challenging & scary a trip to Safety. Glad you made it without losing any of the dogs or serious injury to yourself, Aliy.