The dogs are still enjoying it, though some are getting a little bored with it all. One of the mushers got fired yesterday so we're short a musher and two teams. That means the dogs are going to be running a lot more and we'll be making bank with all the overtime. I hope we find someone soon, though, just for the dogs' sake. If any mushers out there are reading this and need a very well-paying summer job, send a message. It's great for the dogs.
Lastly, I'd just like to remind everyone that it's my birthday next Saturday so if you haven't already put your packages in the mail, you better do it tomorrow. Of course I'm just kidding. (No, I'm not.)
The footbridge over the creek in front of the dog camp.
The spirit bear that hangs out near horse camp. Gawd I love this place.
My cabin. I love it! Sam was here last week and built me a bunch if shelves.
My girl Capiche with the wrong name tag on her house...She is a tough cookie...
Little Archer at home in the forest.
One of the many spectacular views.
Puppies being too cute as usual.
Musher Clark giving a kennel talk to the tourists.
A tourist lovin' up a sled dog after a tour.
Musher Cara and handler Laura on a tour.
Alex the dog.
Iditarod musher Rich. He finished 69th.