Flying for the Iditarod Airforce 2011, Bruce and Diana take turns flying their Cessna 185
The right of spring for many
Alaskan's is the Iditarod Sled Dog Race. On the first Saturday each March,
teams of one musher and 16 dogs each, head off on the Last Great Race, 1049
miles across Alaska, from Anchorage to Nome. Iditarod counts on thousands of
volunteers to pull of the logistics needed to support a race across 1049
miles of Alaska winter wilderness, where there are no roads.The Iditarod
Airforce and it's volunteer pilots are a key part.