HUMAN

Name: Jude Johnson
Age: 68
Residence: WASILLA, ALASKA
Occupation: RETIRED
Years involved with Iditarod: 15 YEARS
Iditarod Role: VOLUNTEER
Current Location: ANCHORAGE AT AIRLAND TRANSPORT DURING THE FOOD DROP
Date of Photo: FEBRUARY 13, 2019
Temperature: 60F / INDOORS (WHEN THE DOORS ARE CLOSED/ 30F WHEN THE DOORS ARE OPEN)

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

MY DAUGHTER GOT ME INVOLVED IN IDITAROD 15 YEARS AGO BEFORE I MOVED TO ALASKA. AND I’M HERE TODAY TO WRITE DOWN THE TOTAL OF THE MUSHER DROP BAGS THAT ARE BEING SENT OUT ONTO THE TRAIL.

Tell me about your most rewarding experience on Iditarod?:

THE DOGS AND THE ENERGY THAT THEY HAVE IS JUST ELECTRIC AT THE CEREMONIAL START AT 4TH AND G AND ALSO AT THE RESTART OUT IN WILLOW AND I HELP WITH THE JR. IDITAROD ALSO. I SEE A LOT OF DOGS.

What do you know for sure?

WHEN I MOVED TO ALASKA 15 YEARS AGO I KNEW FOR SURE THIS IS WHERE I WANTED TO BE.

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