Episode 7 – “Hot Chocolate and a Donut.”

Episode 7Hear an Interview with Becky Himes – Seasoned, successful musher who enjoys the longer races like the CanAm race in Maine, the Beargrease, the Midnight Run in the U.P…but she didn’t start there! Becky takes us on her journey in dogsledding. The focus is the transition one goes through when they leave sprint racing, to mid-distance, and then eventually to long distance racing. We so enjoy Becky’s outlook and know that you will be inspired, especially if you are just itching run longer!

Special Vet Tips – 5 Minutes with Dr. Tim Hunt. Dr. Tim has provided us with a special Tip of the week; Older Dog Care. Each week Dr. Tim will give us a vet tip to help us raise healthy and strong racing dogs. Thank you Dr. Tim from www.drtims.com.

One thought on “Episode 7 – “Hot Chocolate and a Donut.””

  1. This interview was great! I really enjoyed hearing stories from Becky – as you can definitely tell she has a great love for the sport. Also, I loved hearing how she acquired more dogs – and went from a small sprint kennel, to a successful distance kennel! That was really fun!

    Thank you for bringing such great content to the dog sledding world.

    Cheerful Trails,

    Christian Hollingsworth
    http://www.sleddoggin.com

    P.S. When I participate in my first long distance race – I will be sure to stay clear of the fun people beckoning me to stay and have hot chocolate and donuts!

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