After twenty years of 'living the dream, ' author Laurie Niedermayer shares her story. From the silly antics in the beginning to the last official tour taken by the teams, this book is a nostalgic look at some of the reality, adventures and misadventures of life on the trail. Beginning with her first Siberian Husky, Laurie's journey has taken her from novice dog sled racer to film trainer, successful tour operator through to retirement. Her love of the dogs and passion for the sport clearly comes through in her tributes to the dogs that first started her on this path. Based on the condensed journal entries from thousands of miles of running trails, she says, qYes, folks, this really happened, believe me, Hollywood couldn't write this stuff...qI wona#39;t load the pups down with too much weight because they are still growing and I dona#39;t believe in working them too ... of machinery and how hard it is to go back to the a#39;manuala#39; way you did things before. Todaya#39;s run was amazing because this time we ran the Alberta team. We had Percy in wheel again and this time put Boomer in next to him, figuring that maybe Percya#39;s enthu- siasm would make aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Confessions of a Sled Dog Addict|
|Publisher||:||FriesenPress - 2015-08-24|