HUMAN

Name: DANIEL JOSEPH DOPLER
Age: 15
Residence: TAKOTNA, ALASKA
Occupation: STUDENT
Years involved with Iditarod: ABOUT 10 YEARS.
Iditarod Role: I AM WATER AND DOG-FOOD HAULER. SO WHENEVER THE WATER JUGS GO EMPTY, I WILL DRIVE UP TO THE PHS AND GET MORE WATER. AND THEN, WHEN A TEAM COMES IN, I WILL HAUL THE DOG FOOD OVER TO THEM.
Current Location: TAKOTNA, ALASKA
Date of Photo: MARCH 7, 2019
Temperature: 24F / OUTDOORS

What is your Why?.. Why are you here today and involved in Iditarod?:

WELL, THERE’S NOT REALLY MANY THINGS THAT HAPPEN AROUND HERE EVERY YEAR, SO I LIKE TO PARTICIPATE IN THINGS WHEN THEY ARE GOING ON. LIKE THIS, I KIND OF ENJOY IDITAROD: I LIKE SEEING ALL THE DOGS AND LIKE HELPING OUT.

Tell me about your most rewarding experience on Iditarod?:

THE TIME I WON 3 BAGS OF FISH STICKS. TELL ME ABOUT HOW YOU WON 3 BAGS OF FISH STICKS. WELL, I WORKED REALLY HARD AND THEN THEY JUST SAID THAT I DID SO MUCH WORK THAT I DESERVE SOME EXTRA STUFF, SO I GOT IT.

What do you know for sure?:

WELL, I LOVE IT OUT HERE AND I KIND OF ENJOY IT. I THINK IT’S A LITTLE BETTER THAN THE CITY, AND I ENJOY BEING OUT HERE IN NATURE. IT’S NICE; PEACEFUL. NOT AS MANY THINGS DRIVING BY AND GOING ON. IT’S PEACEFUL.

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