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My son is a big fan of Balto and continually asks questions about the famous dog. What a beautiful wonderful story and glad to see that you are continuing the legacy of Balto and the other wonderful dogs that helped.
Just love these dogs,and yet again proving just how important they are in our lives. So giving,trusting and selfless, ,beautiful animals and where would we be without them ?. This is as epic and as brave as anyone could imagine, and needs to be recognised even more. . respect and love always.
I didn't know the famous serum run to None and these heroic sled dogs .I find this historical article very nice .In memory of all these brave sled dogs.
this is the best, most 'academic' information that I have found on the serum run and its canine protagonists, also with some pictures I could not come upon while browsing the internet. I respect you for the exhaustive work you have accomplished on these dogs, their history and the probably true balance among their (mushers). Bravo!
Hello, thank you for such a wonderful history of Leonhard Seppala, Togo and the Nome Serum Run. I had the opportunity to visit the Iditarod National Headquarters in Wassila in 2006, and saw the mounted body of Togo.
Hi again Earl
Have you any insight into George Kimble beyond him being a prizefighter /businessman in Cleveland circa 1927 when he organized the Save Balto campaign?
oh dear. You will be unhappy to learn when I clicked on your former domain it took me to an adult porn site. Subsequent investigation (a call to the site selling domains) revealed your EX domain is for sale for $799. I'm sorry this whole deal happened. I was searching and saw the link in the book The Afterlives of Animals.
At any rate I worked recently with Lee Gamboll at CNHM on her Iditarod background. I am researching the part of the story involving Cleveland, Richard Kimble et al. I will write further after I have read your whole site.
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