Essay On The Iditarod

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The significance of the Iditarod

Have you ever saw sled dogs and wondered how they survive the bitter cold? Well, if you have been in the Iditarod, then you definitely understand how it is to be that cold to survive the freezing cold. The Iditarod is a sled dog race. The owner and the dogs have to go through bitter cold tracks with wild animals, the forests, and ice where they may fall through. The Iditarod is a significant event because it is a tribute to Alaska’s history and the role of the sled dog, it preserves the historic iditarod trail, and it saves the sled dog culture and Alaskan Huskies.
First, it is a tribute to Alaska’s history and the role of the sled dog. Alaska’s Huskies almost got extinct because of snowmobiles in Alaska. The
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The trail has a part of it that is beautiful trial. It is breathtaking and it leaves you speechless. Also, the Iditarod trail is old. The tradition of the Iditarod goes on for years. So, as the tradition of the Iditarod, they normally don’t mess with the trail.
Also, the Iditarod is a significant event because it saves the sled dogs culture and the Alaskan Huskies. The sled dog culture is getting out of style for some people. Some people might think that it is getting old and that it is a waste of time and money for the sled dogs and the owner. But not everybody thinks that. They have to buy special food for the dog, care for it, make sure it doesn’t get frostbite, and make sure that they are old enough and healthy to be a sled dog.
In conclusion, the iditarod is a significant event because it is a tribute to Alaska’s history and the role of the sled dog, it preserves the historic Iditarod trail, and it saves the sled dog culture and Alaskan Huskies. It brings back the old times, and leaves you speechless when you see the trail. It helps preserve the old trail. Also, it saves the role of the sled dogs. That is why I think the Iditarod is
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