Saturday, March 12, 2016

Trouble On The Trail

There is trouble on both the Iditarod and Iknitarod Trails this morning.  Heartbreaking on the Iditarod and just frustrating on the Iknitarod.  Here's a couple short clips of Kate and Tilly/Weaslie headed out to the back pond the last week.  Breathe in, breathe out.




11 comments:

  1. So sad to read about the Iditarod news. Can't imagine what would possibly motivate someone to do something like that.

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  2. Watching the video and breathing. Thanks for posting.

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  3. Oh my! Prayers for the Iditarod teams. Who would think such malice ?

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  4. So very sad. Tears for those mushers and their dogs.

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  5. So sad. Drunk driving strikes again. Stupid kid.

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  6. The criminal was a 26 year old man, not a kid. I hope they throw him into the Bering Sea strapped down to his bleeping snowmobile. I watched Jeff King's interview, his sweet video oh Nash as a puppy, and read the local news report. Then I hugged my dog and cried. It was all so senseless!

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    1. Each video I watched made me cry but when I saw there was a video of him heading out I was so excited to watch and thought yay, something happy...and he looked so dejected sitting down on his sled :'-(. The dogs looked like they weren't happy either, probably picking up his emotions. Hopefully he'll have a better day today.

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  7. A very nice walk :-)
    May today be full of good hews from the trail and calm, productive knitting for all of us Iknitarod-ers!

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  8. Tragic news from the Iditarod. It must be very hard for people to continue after such a stupid, senseless act. I hope you have a better, calmer day.

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  9. SICKENING......thank God I didn't see any videos, just heard about it on the news but they showed a picture of his dog......more than enough to make me cry. Prayers went out immediately, what else could one do? Nice to see the 'gurls' in the snow, thanks.

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  10. After reading your post yesterday morning I checked out the news and was absolutely stunned. What a tragedy! I visited Jeff King's Husky Homestead several years ago and got to hold one of the puppies only 3 weeks old. It was the highlight of our Alaskan vacation.

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