Rotary Club of Nome

 
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By Lew Tobin: First there was the Mini Mukluk Marathon on last Saturday, then the Iditarod ended; then Joann Potts came in and gave us her version of the end of this year’s last great race, over lunch at the firehall Wednesday.  Lunch was a homemade meal to support two Volleyballer’s going to a Hawaii clinic this spring. 

And Thursday we cooked Reindeer Dogs in the snow (actually we used our charcoal grill in the snow).  Most of the time the line for our dogs was longer than the one watching the burled arches of the bigger dog race.  Our dogs were coming into a finish at a much quicker pace than the Iditarod dogs however.  In the three hours we were cooking 6 mushers brought dogs in under the arches. We served 100’s (or so it seemed). 

 

Enjoy the rest of the Iditarod. 

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