Dogsledding In Northern Wisconsin


By Danielle Kaeding | March 6, 2019

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  • Julie Buckles' view of her pack from the sled. (Danielle Kaeding/WPR)

Julie Buckles' view of her pack from the sled. (Danielle Kaeding/WPR)

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Dogsledding has been a family affair for writer Julie Buckles. She and her husband, Charly Ray, caught the bug when they first moved to northern Wisconsin. She has raced with her daughter, Caroline, in the annual Apostle Islands Sled Dog race. But, 2018 was the first year the mother of two will be racing on her own.  Buckles considered hanging it up, but she just kept on dogging it. Danielle Kaeding brings us this audio postcard.

(This story originally aired on February 2, 2018)

Danielle Kaeding

Danielle Kaeding is a Wisconsin Public Radio reporter based in Superior.
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