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February 06, 2019

There were few vacancies in the Dawson dog yard today as most of the 2019 Yukon Quest mushers arrived at the halfway point of their 1,000 miles and began their 36-hour layover. Dog care, sleep, hot meals, and maybe a shower were the aim of all the competitors when asked about their plans for the...

February 06, 2019

2-6-2019  7:11 PM

February 06, 2019

2-5-2019 10:45 PM

February 06, 2019

The Dawson City checkpoint was full of excitement today in anticipation of the first teams to arrive.

February 05, 2019

2-5-2019  11:45 AM

Well now that teams are getting to Dawson I am seeing a lot of fans interested in what actually happens in Dawson. Well the list is long, and each musher has their own plan. But in general there are some things you can be fairly certain all the teams are doing. 

February 05, 2019

2-4-2019 11:45 PM

With some time on my hands before teams arrive in Dawson I wanted to tackle another concern that was brought up. I was asked to address the effect of running on low snow trails. It is completely understandable that fans of the sport would have concerns, so best to...

February 05, 2019

Well between training runs and packing drop bags I can’t help but sneak a peak at the Yukon Quest trackers to see who is where.  And currently teams are either in, or headed to their mandatory 36-hour rest in Dawson. Got me thinking about back when I was handling for Dan and the team in Dawson...

February 05, 2019

2-4-2019 9:11 PM

Hello race fans. Your armchair musher is back after a day in the dog yard for your daily dose of (hopefully) useful insights.

February 05, 2019

Musher wisdom has it that the third day of a long distance race is when competitors face The Wall: self-doubt, second-guessing strategies, reassessing expectations, adapting to the rhythm of the team and fellow competitors, sometimes all of the above.

February 04, 2019

2-3-2019 10:30 PM

Walk with me down memory lane to the McCabe Creek Dog Drop.

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