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Date Posted: 23:04:03 10/04/12 Thu
Author: Sue Hamilton
Subject: Nunavut Quest: Race Across Baffin documentary

Nunavut Quest: Race Across Baffin is a six-part documentary about the 2010 running of this dog team race from Pond Inlet to Clyde River. The word “race” may be a bit misleading as Inuit Dogs are not racing dogs and, although teams are timed from camp to camp for as many days as weather, ice conditions and distance allows, the annual event is more about Inuit culture, honoring the past and encouraging youth to continue on with the dog teaming tradition.

This video has recently been released for sale to the public and, for a limited time, purchasers will receive a free CD of the Nunavut Quest game, as it is far too big for most downloads.

You can read a review of the documentary here: http://thefanhitch.org/V14N2/V14,N2Review.html and http://thefanhitch.org/V14N3/V14,N3Media.html

And here is where you can find purchase information http://thefanhitch.org/V14N4/V14,N4Quest.html

Nunavut Quest: Race Across Baffin is a great way for mushers to learn about the roots of our modern-day sport.


Sue Hamilton
The Fan Hitch website and journal of the Inuit Sled Dog

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