Nome is the halfway point and mix of work, sleep and awards.
by Harriett Hamilton Fenerty He lives in Willow but he is from Kotzebue, neighbor to Shane and Tammy Barber, he ran the Iron Dog with Cliff Johnson, he is a die hard Grasshopper racer, he can use a wrench with enthusiasm, work on sleds just like he showed us today on the Polevaulters of Team #10
Here’s the current list of Nome Work Time and Departures as of February 20, 2014 – 11:05 Alaska Time. Note: Only a few more work times left to enter…stay tuned. /kk Nome Work Time & Departures Detailed Nome Work Time & Departures
by Harriett Hamilton Fenerty Remember that song “Oh What a Night”, Frankie Valli…..well that’s what I woke up thinking about…….I didn’t wake up every 20 minutes thinking it was 1:45 AM when Team #10 was going back on the clock at Kaltag, and wondering if Team 17 was going to be able to match the split
by Harriett Hamilton Fenerty It’s a beautiful day in Nome. We landed in the late morning, volunteers are putting up banners, the garage is being readied, banners are lining the chute and the leader board is still shaking……..right now the board looks so different than it did at 5:14 AM that is for sure……. Team 10 has
Polaris is on a hot streak here in Alaska with three wins (aka the hat trick) back to back.
Teams left Nome starting at 8:00 A.M. this morning and have already started reaching their 10 hour layover points.
Nome restart times are posted!
After teams arrive into Nome, they’ll take a few hours to rest before making repairs to their snowmachines.
Congratulations to Team #17 for their 3rd consecutive win of the Donlin Gold halfway prize.