“When we left, everything was normal here. When we set out, I had heard about this virus…but we didn’t really hear about in the U.S. yet.” Marla Brodsky of Hilltown Sleddogs spent several months in Alaska competing in a 700-mile sled dog race, oblivious to the threat posed by the novel coronavirus. Brosky shares what it was like to return to her hometown in the middle of a pandemic on 𝘊𝘰𝘯𝘯𝘦𝘤𝘵𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘗𝘰𝘪𝘯𝘵.
Brodsky now plans to write two children’s books about her recent experience in Alaska with her dogs. She also hopes to do some motivational speaking and to show slides of her dogs and her treks, and maybe to produce a television show about sled dogs.People are looking for diversions now,” she said. “Maybe this is going to be a new outlet and a new direction for me.” - Marla BB
Yes we can & Yes we did! 750 miles all 12 dogs on the line all the way Nenana to Nome:) The Hilltown Sleddogs do it all, sprint, mid-distance & distance...Thank you Trixie, Taffy, Tundra, Tra, Toots, Topaz, Ulu, Una, Vox, Vinnie, Venus & Violet:) - Marla BB
Hilltown Sleddogs World Championships Race in Sweden
Photo Op in Paper from International Race in Sweden
Barometern Newspaper (largest local paper in Sweden) 24 oktober 2019
Page 24/Nybro Genom Linsen “Fargglad VM-invigning” 4 photos from Opening Ceremonies
(We are in the top & biggest photo)