HUMAN

Name: JIM DAVIS
Age: 70
Residence: PALMER, ALASKA
Occupation: RETIRED SCHOOL TEACHER
Years involved with Iditarod: I’VE BEEN INVOLVED IN VARIOUS DEGREES FOR A LONG TIME
Iditarod Role: RACE JUDGE
Current Location: TAKOTNA, ALASKA
Date of Photo: MARCH 8, 2019
Temperature: 28F / OUTDOORS

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

WE’RE RETIRED FROM RUNNING SLED DOGS. WE ONLY HAVE 10 SLED DOGS LEFT IN OUR KENNEL, AND THIS KIND OF KEEPS ME INVOLVED IN THE RACE AND THE DOG MUSHING COMMUNITY.

Tell me about your most rewarding experience on Iditarod?:

GOING THROUGH THE DIFFERENT GEOGRAPHICAL AND CULTURAL AREAS OF OUR STATE AND FINISHING THE RACES.

What do you know for sure?:

BETTER MAKE EVERY DAY COUNT AND HAVE AS MUCH FUN AS YOU CAN.

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