The Many Faces At The Sled Dog Races

02. 5. 2013


Julie and Caroline raced in the Apostle Islands Sled Dog Race this year and I was the official dog petter/photographer of the Buckles/Ray team (read all about it here). Talk about an expressive bunch of dogs— it was a brilliant way to spend a few hours on a beautiful winter afternoon.


This guy was resting up before the race— talk about calm, cool and collected.


Bisoux was the picture of composure (until she got her harness on).


I wish I knew this guy’s name— he stole my heart.


Pronce— striking a pose.


Holstein in a very, very rare moment of quiet contemplation.


Bisoux is one loving girl with a serious side of bad ass— don’t cross her.


Juliette, the one eyed, geriatric husky, kept up with the young-uns with a smile on her face— pure Husky bliss.

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Gina February 5, 2013 at 6:45 pm

These photos are GORGEOUS, Mary!


Linda Fuller February 5, 2013 at 11:02 pm

What a beautiful collection of sled dog faces! I took a few short video clips, too….their singing and bouncing for joy are an expression of their passions…..lovely! I watched Caroline at the start on Sat. I say, “good eye, good eye”!


Lissa February 6, 2013 at 10:02 am

So fun to see these many faces of dawgs in love with life!


Kathy February 6, 2013 at 10:46 am

Your dog photos are gorgeous and it makes me want to go to the races next year!


themaven February 6, 2013 at 10:49 am

It’s so much fun to be around all that joyous canine energy (plus, Bayfield is beautiful in the winter)!


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