an annual dogsled competition run on 1,160 miles pf the Iditarod National Historic Trail, from Anchorage to Nome, Alaska
The iditarod is one of the most rigorous, cold-weather races in the world.
It takes a certain kind of person to compete in the iditarod, known as “The Last Great Race on Earth.”
We saw a snow machine from the guys who were doing the video from the iditarod.
This was Marshall's second iditarod, having finished 47th in the race in 2010.
If you read nothing else today, let it be Brian Phillips' essay on following the iditarod, Alaska's great dogsled race.
What Palin begins with an announcement from Wasilla is not only a campaign, it is an iditarod of a crusade.
But I designed to penetrate to the iditarod by another route.
When it comes to the most winding and tortuous watercourse I have ever encountered, however,—respectfully I salute the iditarod!
I was at iditarod, a new gold-mining town in the western interior of Alaska.