I didn’t plan on it taking this long for me to post again. Life with 3 young children has kept me busy the past couple of weeks. I have a couple of ideas for my next posts. They should be up more quickly. I know all of you are waiting with baited breath….
My last post was about the ceremonial start to the Iditarod race. Todd and I were able to help lead Anjanette Steer’s team to the start line and it was a blast! The race is now over and I wanted to share the results with you.
Dallas Seavey (the musher Todd and I were able to take the super fun and cheesy picture with) won the 2012 Iditarod in nine days, four hours, 29 minutes and 26 seconds. At 25, he became the youngest musher to win the race. Aliy Zirkle came in one hour behind Seavey for a second place finish. Anjanette Steer, the rookie Todd and I were following, came in 26th place. Only one other rookie, Brent Sass, finished before her. Finally, capturing the Red Lantern award for the last musher in to Nome, was rookie Jan Steves.
It was fun to watch how the entire city of Anchorage was engrossed with following the Iditarod. Very different from Texas and football, but tons of fun anyway.