|Bringing the team up to the starting line of the Yukon Quest 300 in down town Fairbanks.|
|A few words with my lead dogs Jackal and Adidas before starting||the race.|
|And we're off! we started the race in 16th place, we were also the final team to leave.|
|Preparing the team to leave the mile 101 check point. Notice Chaos is up and barking to go already, he isn't one to hit the snooze button.|
|Robert holds the team for me so that I can grab my drop bags before parking the team at the Central checkpoint half way through the race.|
|Jackal in single lead coming into the Circle city checkpoint after a long cold run over Birch Creek.|
|Matrix and Gus, followed by Strange, Pirate, and Chaos wait patiently for my mandatory gear check to be completed after arriving in Circle City.|
|Heading to our parking spot in the Circle city dog lot for a well earned rest and meal.|
|The dogs watch with anticipation as I open the bale of straw to bed them down after taking off their booties.|
|The team sleeping on straw under fleece blankets in circle city.|
|Arriving at the finish line in 7th place in central after another long run over Birch Creek.|
|The team shortly after arriving at the finish line in Central after what is considered 300 of the toughest race miles Alaska has to offer.|
|Me with my leaders Jana and Jackal at the finish line. Ready for some food and some well earned sleep.|
Also all the photo credit in this post goes to Josh Spice. Thank you for all the great pictures you captured of the dogs and I during our amazing journey.
I also have to say a big thank you to my handlers on the race Robert Gecas my amazing Husband and Josh Spice for doing such a great job and doing everything thing you could to help encourage and support me during this incredible journey.
Also a big thank you to all of the race officials, vets, volunteers, sponsors, and fans. With out you this race wouldn't be possible.