Iditarod Famous Quotes & Sayings

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21 Iditarod Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Iditarod Sayings By Susan Butcher: I was very aware that I was a woman and that the Iditarod was a I was very aware that I was a woman and that the Iditarod was a big thing for women, but I didn't want to be given any special treatment. I just wanted to be viewed as a musher. — Susan Butcher
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Iditarod Sayings By Gary Paulsen: You're never the same after you run the Iditarod, and I still lust to go You're never the same after you run the Iditarod, and I still lust to go out and run with dogs, even though I know that I shouldn't. But I'd give just about anything to be able to do it again. To see the horizon again from the back of a dog team would be wonderful. — Gary Paulsen
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Iditarod Sayings By H.L. Mencken: The plain people, hereafter as in the past, will continue to make their own language, The plain people, hereafter as in the past, will continue to make their own language, and the best that grammarians can do is to follow after it, haltingly, and not often with much insight into it. — H.L. Mencken
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Iditarod Sayings By Sparky Anderson: The man I marvel at is the one that's in there day after day, and The man I marvel at is the one that's in there day after day, and night after night and still puts the figures on the board. I'm talking about Pete Rose, Stan Musial, the real stars. Believe me, especially the way we travel today, flying all night with a game the next night and then the next afternoon, if you can play one-hundred and sixty-two games, you're a man. — Sparky Anderson
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Iditarod Sayings By Richard Louv: An environment-based education movementat all levels of educationwill help students realize that school isn't supposed An environment-based education movement
at all levels of education
will help students realize that school isn't supposed to be a polite form of incarceration, but a portal to the wider world. — Richard Louv
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Iditarod Sayings By Gary Paulsen: In sailing, I single-hand, and I want to do the Horn. The Horn is the In sailing, I single-hand, and I want to do the Horn. The Horn is the maximum expression of sailing, the way the Iditarod is the maximum expression of running dogs. It's not to write about it; it's to experience the maximum thing. — Gary Paulsen
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Iditarod Sayings By Emily Blunt: I can understand there are things like shadows they need to fix after a shoot, I can understand there are things like shadows they need to fix after a shoot, but it's unfair to represent an image of yourself if it's not true. They're gonna see what you look like on film anyway, so why try to cover all your wobbly bits in a photo? — Emily Blunt
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Iditarod Sayings By Anthony Doerr: You lose sleep, you lose your appetite, but eventually you fall asleep and eventually you You lose sleep, you lose your appetite, but eventually you fall asleep and eventually you eat - you may hate yourself for it, but the body's demands are incontrovertible. He had always felt guilty about that, that he went on living, eating tomato sandwiches, going to Iditarod Days with his father, making snowballs, when his mother could not. — Anthony Doerr
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Iditarod Sayings By Terry Brooks: if you wanted something done, it was never a good idea to rely on others. if you wanted something done, it was never a good idea to rely on others. Others were never as committed to achieving your goals as you were. — Terry Brooks
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Iditarod Sayings By Louis St. Laurent: If we are to preserve civilization, we must first remain civilized. If we are to preserve civilization, we must first remain civilized. — Louis St. Laurent
Iditarod Sayings By Brian Patrick O'Donoghue: With one hundred miles left to go in the Klondike 200 I began imagining how With one hundred miles left to go in the Klondike 200 I began imagining how amazed people would be at the finished line. Entering the Klondike, my sights had been set on merely finishing. — Brian Patrick O'Donoghue
Iditarod Sayings By Marcus Garvey: Chance has never yet satisfied the hope of a suffering people. Chance has never yet satisfied the hope of a suffering people. — Marcus Garvey
Iditarod Sayings By Frederick Lenz: The process of eliminating the samskaras and reaching complete enlightenment is very technical, wonderful, and The process of eliminating the samskaras and reaching complete enlightenment is very technical, wonderful, and mystical process. — Frederick Lenz
Iditarod Sayings By David Bornstein: What business entrepreneurs are to the economy, social entrepreneurs are to social change. They are What business entrepreneurs are to the economy, social entrepreneurs are to social change. They are the driven, creative individuals who question the status quo, exploit new opportunities, refuse to give up, and remake the world for the better. — David Bornstein
Iditarod Sayings By Joseph Finder: Then I reached the second building and saw the conflagration. A bonfire twenty feet high. Then I reached the second building and saw the conflagration. A bonfire twenty feet high. The wreck of a Hummer, its carcass barely visible behind the veil of flame. — Joseph Finder
Iditarod Sayings By Julie Klam: Mostly, it was just me walking them. My own private Iditarod. And it wasn't a Mostly, it was just me walking them. My own private Iditarod. And it wasn't a picnic. Just so you know, if you ever see a person walking four dogs, there are two things you can cross off your list of what to exclaim: (1) "Who's walking who?" and (2) "Looks like you got your hands full." Both lines are stupid and someone else has already said them. You might consider saying, "Hey, pretty girl!" or "Wow, four dogs sure make you look thin! — Julie Klam
Iditarod Sayings By Euginia Herlihy: Neutrality is the most dangerous way to deal with things in life but intervention is Neutrality is the most dangerous way to deal with things in life but intervention is the way forward to learn how to tackle the unknown. — Euginia Herlihy
Iditarod Sayings By Philip Catshill: I get my share of mud flung my way, but the secret is to dance I get my share of mud flung my way, but the secret is to dance in the rain and the mud will wash away. — Philip Catshill
Iditarod Sayings By Martin Short: Being the youngest of five, you're adored, you're fueled with confidence. Being the youngest of five, you're adored, you're fueled with confidence. — Martin Short
Iditarod Sayings By Gary Paulsen: I ran the Iditarod twice. I finished once. I came in 42nd or 43rd place I ran the Iditarod twice. I finished once. I came in 42nd or 43rd place out of 70 plus teams the first time, and I scratched 80 miles from Nome the second time. You can read about my experience in the race in my books 'Woodsong' and 'Winterdance.' — Gary Paulsen
Iditarod Sayings By Gary Paulsen: The maximum expression of running dogs is the Iditarod. You enter a state of primitive The maximum expression of running dogs is the Iditarod. You enter a state of primitive exaltation, and you never return. You're never normal again. — Gary Paulsen