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Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Iditarod 2010: "Please Do Not Disturb!"


Dingle, a truly fantastic young dog who finished in lead for the Red Team -- practically in single-lead if you consider that Rosie was next to him! Does it get any cuter than that?

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

They all deserve a good rest for a job well done! What happened to ChaCha?
LouiseR

Auntie Em said...

Nope, it couldn't possibly get any cuter.

Cathy Pearson said...

Good boy, Dingle! A well deserved snooze...

Anonymous said...

Sleep the good sleep, Dingle and team! It is well deserved!
Mac: You need to locate a hotel placard with the DO NOT DISTURB side up! LOL

michelle j said...

Yeah Aily!!!! It was exciting for me to be here in nebraska and watch you finish the race all the way in alaska! Thanks for all the video, I loved them all!! I am glad you got out of the freezing temperatures. Thanks for all the updates, I checked in everyday. Is there a red lantern put out untill the last dog sled comes in?? I saw it in a movie once.

Thanks Aliy!! This has been fun.

Your 4th grade friend Sarah J. from Nebraska

Kelly said...

I'm in love!!! I feel that same way after only running 3 miles!
What a sweet picture...frame worthy!

Rascal B Cool said...

Rest well Dingle, and sweet dreams. You and your pals did a great job! Congratulations to all. We appreciate and love the videos! Thanks a bunch for sharing with us!

Kelly said...

Dingle made my Facebook page... I couldn't help but share that sweet face with everyone! I wonder what he's dreaming about??

LindaVistaLLC said...

Ah - From what I could see on the videos Rosie did great, but it is superb that young Dingle was able to step up and be what Aliy needed. Wonderful really.

andrea gilson said...

sweet dreams dear dingle!

Alaskan Hellcat said...

ahhhh, so cute!
Glad we can still get our SPfix since the Black Team is still on the trail. Thanks for all your hard work Mac.

Lynn said...

What a sweetie-pie! He looks like a little angel sleeping. Will he wake up tomorrow raring to go or will he need a few days to recoup?
Congratulations to Aliy and team for an awesome race!!

ChaCha's fan said...

may be a picture from sleeping, little rosie?

I watched aliy's video in large screen. then I could really see how rosie was distracted :o)
dingles really stayed devoted to the race & loyal to aliy :o)

great pic, MacG

Anonymous said...

These fab videos gave me a REAL idea of what it's like out on the trail, they are priceless and I plan to watch every one over the next few days; love it when you talk to your dogs enroute. Irene

Dustyllr said...

Tatfish was slightly distracted too! I think Dingle deserves the golden harness for stepping up and taking the team when his mama needed rest!!

Go Dingle! So proud of you!!!