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271 viewsAndy Mahoney poses before the dogsled ride north.
Image courtesy Andy Mahoney.
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277 viewsA dog team waits patiently.
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254 viewsA sled dog stands in its harness.
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255 viewsThe sled dogs are getting excited, getting ready to head north to Siorapaluk.
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233 viewsThe dogs are off!
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245 viewsAndy Mahoney cuts frozen seal liver during a break on the journey.
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245 viewsAndy Mahoney tastes some seal liver--it just melts in your mouth!
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234 viewsA dog team fans out on the ice.
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329 viewsOpen water and thin ice are hard to see in the flat light and poor visibility.
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313 viewsWe are forced to travel on the ice-foot at the edge of the land due to the thin ice.
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314 viewsSiorapaluk, the world's northernmost community, looms in the snow-filled air late in the day.
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218 viewsDawn breaks on a clear day in Siorapaluk.
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