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Local woman to work at Iditarod

February 19, 2013

Set for adventure, Patti Kerscher Allen from Blackfoot is heading to Alaska to work in the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. She leaves on Wednesday, Feb. 27, and will work for three weeks assisting Vet Tech Cassandra Winslow, a former search and rescue canine handler, with whatever she needs done.
"I'll be whatever she tells me to do," Allen said. "It's going to be exciting.”
The race lasts at average of 12 days, but it takes a long time to get everything back to Anchorage after the race. Allen will be working the four “hubs,” flying with the dogs, and working with "drop dogs."

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