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Jeff has been busy signing autographs!!


Mar 5th 9:22pm • 2 Comments

Jeff draws Bib #59 for the start of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race!!

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Mar 5th 9:10pm • 6 Comments

We're at the Mushers Banquet!!
Thank you to Brandywine Heights Elementary School, Topton, PA for the wonderful table decorations!! 👍😃

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Mar 5th 6:05pm • 1 Comment

We were SO excited that Donna Veretto, Make-A-Wish Chief Operating Officer, was able to make it to Anchorage to join us for the "Dinner With the King" benefit dinner last night at Orso!!
Loved seeing you Donna - it had been a while! This one is for your Mom! 😉

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Mar 5th 3:52pm • 1 Comment

Thursday is Meeting Day for the Mushers, it is also the day that they meet their Iditariders over lunch!
Read Sebastian Schnuelle's update here!

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Iditarod 2015 Musher Meeting: Winter wonderland in Unalakleet – Iditarod

Thursday before the Iditarod start means ” Meeting time “. All mushers are assembled in the conference room of long time Iditarod Sponsor and official race head quarters THE MILLENIUM HOTEL .  The mushers get to listen to Head Veterinarian Stu Nelson speaking, Race Marshal Mark Nordman and countless…

Mar 5th 1:57pm • No Comments

Wow. There is some hard work going on around Anchorage in an attempt to ensure that the full 11 miles is run during the Ceremonial Start on Saturday, March 7th.

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Anchorage trail doctors spread snow over ice, pavement for Iditarod ceremonial start

Mallard ducks on Wednesday were paddling the ice-free waters of Chester Creek along the ceremonial route of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race through Anchorage's university-medical district. Nearer downtown, there were puddles of standing water along

Mar 4th 10:46pm • 6 Comments

We are ready to enjoy a wonderful dinner in support of Make-A-Wish Alaska and Washington!! Check out the menu!
#makeawish #orso #jeffking #Iditarod2015

Mar 4th 6:27pm • 5 Comments

Headed to Fairbanks for the Race Start?? Using a shuttle would be a good idea!


Shuttle buses to ferry Iditarod fans to Fairbanks race start

FAIRBANKS - With thousands of spectators expected for the restart of the 2015 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in Fairbanks on Monday, navigating traffic on Airport Way will likely not be easy.

Mar 3rd 10:11pm • 3 Comments

"This weekend I was working with the JR. Iditarod and while on my way out to the half way point at Alpine Creek Lodge with one of the Cargo Sleds I managed to run over myself with the cargo sled when I did that header into the side of the road while passing Jeff King’s team who were out there training at the time. I was so intent watching his dogs and especially his leaders during the pass that I was as far over to the side as I could get and even at maybe 12 – 15 MPH so as not to spook Jeff’s team I either caught an ice chunk or a frozen in rock and was thrown from the machine. Jeff has such control over his dogs that he set the snow hook and came over to make sure I was OK and to help me get that 800 pound pig back up on the roadway. Once I told him I was not seriously injured he was well within his rights to get back to his team and keep them under control, but he chose to help me instead. The team was just anxiously waiting for him, playing and wagging their tails as well behaved as they could possibly be. Jeff King is a real class act and gentleman. I knew this before, but here is just one more confirmation from my personal experience. I knew Jeff casually from his being a friend of one of our teachers, Jack Reisland in Tanana back in the late '70's when I was there and both his daughters Callie and Tessa later when they ran JR. I.. He didn’t recognize me as we were only casual acquaintances and I have changed so much through the years that I honestly wouldn't recognize myself either. This just sums up what a good guy he is, he didn’t care if he knew who I was or not, if you need help, her was there to offer regardless. To sum it up, Jeff is not only a premier distance musher, he is a gentleman, and a real human being. Hopefully, this will get on Facebook, but not sure I am doing it correctly and it could just go to Jeff himself. I hope it does go on Facebook as I am very grateful for the help and would like others to know about it as well, so if it just goes to his personal account, I hope one of you in the King family will post it where it should be. Thanks again Jeff.
Al Newman
JR. Iditarod Volunteer"

Mar 3rd 9:28am • 15 Comments

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