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Alaska tied down loves to race snow machines and he's good bet.
Type LS a four time winner at 2000 miles snow machine race in Alaska called the iron dog race.
You might be wondering what's so machine.
Well here's the answer.
I snapped this.
This is and that a smoke mushy it's not a snow mobile is -- snow machine have learned how is this good you love the duration.
This was my last Jewish practice fled.
That was my last year's race -- So what do when I say practice slid.
We test in -- and put a bunch of miles an hour practice spread like 2500 miles and that way we can find the weak spots of of this model.
And then make modifications -- for the bracelet and then we'll typically will put about a hundred miles on the -- -- Make some sharp adjustment.
And then bring to the storm like this.
And I listen Arctic cat is this in this not a -- well that's not modified -- -- cat well knowing Jack good despite this one in the stench.
And you about -- the biggest modification as we've.
We've put exhilaration you're taken aback because some of the structures on the racial -- are longer than what stopped fuel tank to get us from putting it would be so.
But for the most part this is stocks led.
And then some minor modifications if you notice that the case survival do like it has stated it's good to 35 below.
And food for a couple -- rope saw -- this is the stock and of those until machine.
And in this is I'm on like an illusion and so we got -- came here.
You know five gallons of doing just -- -- you -- out of gas in those elements.
What is it I -- -- range would depend on you know life whether it's deep snow are nice to have but is there a way to -- on the range of the scent of Riyadh attacks -- race 2000 miles long so.
How many times you end -- retelling.
Well the average.
Checkpoint between -- by about seven miles and -- twelve -- ten plus five.
And we did you know 1011 miles a gallon would do pretty good but it's like you said it all depends on the snow condition.
How fast the fastest you've ever gone on us on this 1600.
So we mean -- hard for.
We we -- 700 so we can some pretty good cops -- -- -- -- You know about a 11012.
The government I don't know.
Not all of -- but.
I haven't the dress.
It is but we all have to have our things we like to do.
Says she Amy says she really may not know lets you watch assisting you gonna she's she's very supportive of this -- and put on a hundred Tannen going that fast and day.
Many admit that keep her busy when the segment has had no she's she's fine with that and I appreciate that along to participate this is Solingen some.
Should the race is 2000 miles right up.
From then it goes from is it ordinary start start some biblical Oscar went to wears big like fifteen miles north of -- -- And a good solid and -- We follow the Iditarod trail north to Nome Iditarod they alternate northern route and the southern -- and were always on the northern route.
Why I sent an idea -- just it's better for fuel.
We won't few locations.
So look what he started and it's.
I just you know I've been driving so she's all my life my dad told me if you could start that you could write until I get on the bodies and neighborhood we started.
The solution and just an avid.
-- -- -- -- But it ain't -- once it was just a place -- so -- snow machine activities just this morning he wasn't big raise because his sport was hockey.
So you know and parking garage that he got a lot of writing in his well how are you happy.
I love hockey.
But today's hockey players they never -- -- experienced what.
Myself going up with a shovel in the show flat on her own links and now they got your indoor ring together after so many things so.
It's nice to see them the kids today who shuttle -- fluttering just appreciate what they got.
In the dead of winter is it dark here.
Eighteen hours of daily and the buses.
They get a winner probably you know some -- about 9930 and then some known about -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- right -- that's diversity alone summer.
Have you thought about the fact that they might be -- it was party time in Washington moon.
There's been in Washington -- -- -- yeah.
I was the royal -- in February or -- and consistent through historical place.
-- you happen to drive up and down Massachusetts avenue because Amanda you know but that's where -- the vice president's house's.
What's the White House for under some pressure from Dubai vice president's homered.
Saying the same that they do need president yes I don't have fun it was.
We'll have much more tomorrow night at your interview the first duty of Alaska Taipei on.
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