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Topic - Aaron Burmeister
Imagine standing on a sled behind a team of 16 dogs, traveling mile after desolate mile in the Alaska wilderness without any sign of other human life.
Mushers always pose with their lead dogs under the burled arch in Nome after winning the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. When Dallas Seavey won Tuesday, he posed with Diesel and Guinness, but he could have used a little more podium space.