About the Book
Come step on the runners with Laura Daugereau, Washington State's first woman to run the Iditarod Sled Dog Race in 2008. This book documents her rookie year starting with fall training right up until she drives her team under the famed burled arch in Nome, Alaska. Approximately 300 photos show you what it's like to be a professional dog musher, including some stunning highlights from the trail. Read about her experience of running under a sky ablaze with the Aurora Borealis. Catch a glimpse of the Great Love shared between Laura and her dogs, as she accompanies them on their great adventure.
Your book purchase helps speed her on her journey to the 2009 IDITAROD by contributing to this KEY FUNDRAISER. You are certain to be a valued member of her team!
THANK YOU very much, and enjoy the ride!
Visit Laura at www.nightrunnerkennel.com
Features & Details
- Category Sports & Adventure
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Jul 08, 2008
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