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The actual dog sledding expierence was awesome. Loved the trails did think the sled we had was not as nice as the others we saw -it was a little wierd sitting on a kitchen chair cushion. I also didn’t expect my husband to be standing behind the musher-he was ok with it but think it should be communicated that is how it was. Speaking of communication-really should have advised that a race was going on and told us how to connect with the person in charge of the dog sledding. The lady behind the desk was with the race and didn’t know who we should talk to-we basically stood around trying to figure it out. You definitely did not make us feel welcome. I will always recommend doing the event as we loved it but not sure if there are other people who do it they might look at them or make sure there is a person’s name to contact.
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James, our dog sled leader, was kind, knowledgeable and so willing to answer any questions we had. The school provides clothing, boots, hats, mittens, hand warmers, etc. The property is absolutely beautiful!!! This was a magnificent experience!!
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Our guide James was very knowledgeable and had done the Ididerod! A fabulous experience that shouldn’t be missed
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It was a lot of fun, but to short in time.
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Well, wow! And bow wow! Our family came to Anchorage to spend Christmas with our son Lane who arranged this delightful outing for us. Because we are Oregonians where the winters are mild, we were somewhat apprehensive about going to Alaska in this season. But not to worry: adding to our own preparation, Martin Buser's Mushing School included using the high tech clothing they provide, even down to the boots enabling us to absolutely enjoy a dog sled ride in 12 degree F weather! James and the dogs, the glory of snow and sky ~ what a highlight to our beautiful Christmas week vacation. It's inspiring to witness the love and care these dogs are given and their loud, fun requests "CHOOSE ME! CHOOSE ME!" They want to work, they are happy to serve and concentrate carefully, working together masterfully pulling our sleds. I enthusiastically encourage families and even other oldsters (we're 72) to consider putting your heart, time and investment into this awesome memory maker! KB, Cottage Grove, Oregon