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We visited a dog-mushing camp on a glacier in the Tordrillo Mountains of Alaska.  In the summer they work the sled dogs up here.  This is Bailey, a lovely Alaskan Husky.  Alaskan Huskies have historically participated in the Iditarod Race, a long-distance sled race that runs in early March each year.  In 1925, an outbreak of diphtheria threatened the western coastal community of Nome, Alaska. Teams of mushers and their hard-driving sled dogs delivered the serum from Anchorage to the citizens of Nome.  The Iditarod honors the achievements of those mushing teams.  Trimble Glacier, Alaska.
Bailey the Alaskan Husky