April 28, 2014 by Cheyenne
Mr. Reddington is known to Alaskans as the Father of the Iditarod. In the 17 Iditarod races he never won. He did placed a few times in the top five. His hard work and dedication in promoting the race with the help of Dorothy Page earned the name ‘Father of the Iditarod’.
The 15 miles took us over a half hour to get there. The skies were crystal blue and the temperature was around 30 degrees. I attached my zoom lenses and shot this out my drivers window. There was a small shoulder for me to park on and I was battling angle and cars passing by. And the biggest challenge, but three-year old. Out of the twenty or so photos I took, this one was what I was hoping for.
We continued on another 20 miles to chase a mountain. Watch next Monday on how I did.
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