Retired pathologist Jim Lanier of Chugiak, Alaska, a veteran of 13 Iditarods who first ran the race in 1979, prepares an early morning departure from Rainy Pass checkpoint during the Iditarod Sled Dog Race.
- © 2012 Clark James Mishler
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