Iditarod Coverage

Just a quick update to let everyone know that I will be heavily covering the Iditarod this year–I plan to post 3-5 times per day, giving exposure to the front, back, and in between mushers as the race unfolds.

The first of my Iditarod updates is slated for the day after the mushers bib draw (March 4th).

Thanks for tuning in–more to follow….

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4 Responses to “Iditarod Coverage”

  1. We are looking forward to reading your blogs! Our kids are really getting excited to follow the race and your blog will really help us!

    Landon Erickson

    • That’s awesome news, Landon! I’ll start my “heavy” coverage on Feb. 4th, and somewhere after that I’ll try to work in a video saying “hi” to all your kids 🙂

  2. Marlene Phillips-Daniels Reply February 24, 2011 at 19:32

    Jason, Have been in Billings for some medical stuff for a couple of days, with the hubbie, so I’m behind. Glad to hear that someone with knowledge is going to be covering the Iditarod with more than the 60 second blips from the Insider for the front of the pack [basically]. Will you be there or covering from home? We were in McGrath when your dogs were sick in ’08, so we knew what was going on at that point. Am really going to be glad to read youyr posts.
    Do you know if Jenny Greger got to go up for the Jr. Iditarod?

    • My plan is to go to Alaska, but the best coverage I could give you would be from some kind of “home base”, plugged into the Iditarod Insider & a steady internet connection (which is the plan). The last thing I heard concerning Jenny G. was that she was on the AK Highway heading north!

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