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The above photos are courtesy of Carol in Alaska
Charley's Iditarod 2014 Finisher's Team
Duke (Leader into Nome)
Hawk (Leader into Nome)
Black .... dropped at Safety
Brown .... dropped at Unlakleet
Fuzzie .... dropped at Galena
Goodyear .... dropped at Nikolai
Tundra .... dropped at Ophir
Bernie .... dropped at Takotna
The two photos above are of Charley at the Rainly Pass checkpoint.
(Photos courtesy of Meredith West)
Here are team leaders Yukon and Fuzzie, and 14 other great Alaskan huskies at the start of the Iditarod
race in Willow, Alaska, March 2, 2014. (Courtesy of Sunny K. Awazuhara Reed)
Pictured here are two of Charley's many supporters, Mike Chester and Al Kiefer
displaying a message of support for Charley and the team! The banner was made
by long time Kennel supporter, Caren Mongeau.
(Photo courtesy of Lisa Chester)
Charley on his "sit-down" Prarie Bilt Sled at the re-start in Willow;
awaiting to approach the starting line with his 16 highly charged Alaskan huskies.
(Photo courtesy of Carole Caravaggio)
Charley looks focused as the countdown begins! (Courtesy of Tom and Carolyn Drake)
Team Number 26 approaches the starting line (Courtesy of Tom and Carolyn Drake)
Prior to the start of the race, each dog is checked for microchips, some are tested for illegal performance enhancing drugs,
and all are checked one final time for their overall fitness and ability. (Photo courtesy of Mark Poulterer)
Duke and Fuzzie await at the restart (Courtesy of Tom and Carolyn Drake)
Charley during the ceremonial run in Iditarod 2014
Team number 26 blazes down the ceremonial trail in Anchorage!
(Courtesy of Sunny K. Awazuhara Reed)
On the day of the ceremonial start in Anchorage, United States Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) and Charley talked briefly about Charley's Iditarod. (Photo courtesy of Lisa Chester)
Here are Butch and Charley Bejna going through Charley's dog lot on the historic Iditarod Trail in Knik, Alaska.
The orange container holds the Iditarod race dog tags assigned to each of Charley's Iditarod race dogs.
The dog being outfitted with a tag is McKinley.