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Iditrod

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CARLA HOLMES

on 2 February 2016

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Transcript of Iditrod

Iditarod
History
When & Where
Checkpoints
There are 24 checkpoints
Here are some:
Nome
Willow
Finger Lake
Kalog
Anchorage
Campbell Airstrip
Yentna Station
Skwentn
Life on The Trail
A musher's life on the trail is hard and dangerous.
The dog's life on the trail is the same as the mushers
Vocabulary,
Gee: command for right turn
Haw: command for left turn
Dogs
Huskies are mostly used in the race
They used mutts too because they are fast
They bread mutts to be fast or strong
March 5
In Alaska
Along the tundra
It is 1,151 mi
The Iditarod dog race is run on a trail that was originally a mail supply route
Mushers have been riding the Iditarod trail since 1973,35 attempted the first race and only 22 finished
The mushers helped patrol the Alaskan wilderness during World War II
Weather
Temperatures on the trail can be sixty degrees below zero
On the trail the weather is mostly cloudy and calm winds
This year at Anchorage and Campbell Airstrip , the temperature is twenty-seven degrees
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