A week of volunteering in this tiny little checkpoint for the 2013 Iditarod with no power or running water! What a trooper!
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This is the 21st out of 25 checkpoints for the 2013 Iditarod and is where Dr. Stroberg is currently doing his volunteering for the race! Population 258 — Once this checkpoint is reached, the mushers can breath a sigh of relief as almost all of the rest of the trail is at least over [...]
Population 0– This area is tied with Rainy Pass as having the most spectacular scenery. The gateway to the interior, Rohn Roadhouse marks the transition point where the mushers start to venture into the flatlands of the interior, along with dropping temperatures. Situated near the confluence of the South Fork of the Kuskokwim and [...]
Only 4 more days until the Iditarod starts in Alaska! Dr. Stroberg is leaving this Friday to volunteer as one of their many veterinarians for two weeks!
Just 15 days until our very own Dr. Stroberg heads up to Alaska to help as one of the many volunteer veterinarians to care for the dogs competing in the 2013 Iditarod. This will be his 11th year to participate!