Congrats Bridgett and the R&Bs!
Here are some thoughts from Bridgett about her stellar team:
“Chena ran in lead the whole race – she is excellent. Chemo is great too but set a slower pace so he was moved back in a in a team position and was most powerful in the hills.
Chipper was as sassy as a dog can possibly be and ran in lead a lot including coming across the finish line in lead. Lydia was the most driven dog and also ran lead but looked to her sister Chena for the all the commands.
Amber ran in single swing and was the cheerleader. Nomex can spot any kind of cabin, critter or snow machine from a far distance. He is the most aware was what’s going on and would tell me when we were coming upon anything.
Iron and Driver – the Big Boys – are awesome. When you tickle Iron’s belly he will roll over for a scratch. Driver is truly a sweetheart.
Outlaw and Clyde are tough and strong and you can tell why they win races. Willie has a heart of Gold – what a good boy.”
Thanks to Kami for capturing some of this action.
All the dogs are now on their way back to the kennel having flown out of Nome this morning. Allen was in Anchorage to meet them and drive them home. Bridgett stays one more night to attend the Banquet and Prize giving.