Oct 122012
 
Good Night Moon

Every evening just around sunset as the world is settling down something amazing happens.  The dogs sing.  Every single dog in the yard tips his head back and a beautiful, peaceful chorus rises above the bluff.  It only lasts a few minutes then they will curl up for the night.  More…

Oct 112012
 
A Future Champion?

Hard to believe I have been here in The Gulch for over two weeks, the time has once again flown past. And as was the case last month, every day is an adventure. Guess Alaska is known for that. Today we took 22 dogs to Falls Creek, you know, just More…

Oct 082012
 

I guess I am at that stage of training where things are supposed to start going wrong.  I began driving my own team this past Monday.  Just me, 10 to 12 dogs and the wilderness of Alaska all around.  Okay, Anna is never too far ahead but I’m all alone More…

Oct 042012
 
Introducing!!!!!

The newest member of the Cook Inlet Kennels!  Here she is my very own Iditarod rookie sled dog!  Name to be determined.  Lineage…impeccable.  Her DNA goes back to some pretty impressive bloodlines and past Iditarod champions. But the very best?  Her father and “Fancy” are siblings!  Having a mother named More…

Oct 022012
 
Gone to the Dogs

‘Nehru’ one of the largest dogs in the yard gives the best hugs.  I mean a real wrap his arms around you and squeeze.  I melt.  I now start my morning and end my day with one of those Nehru hugs.  Course the big baby will also grab my leg More…