Imagine getting here under your own power -- and then getting out again.
Courtesy of Iditarod Trail Invitational
Biking 350 miles in Alaska's human-powered Iditarod, she had some miserable moments, and she had great moments. Being Jill Homer, she told us about them both.
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Wet bike, wet boot, inner demons :
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But it's awfully beautiful out there:
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