Tim Muto

Tim grew up in the northern suburbs of Chicago, much unlike the wilds of Alaska that he finds himself in now. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation Park & Tourism Administration from Western Illinois University in 2012. He spent the next three...

Steve Stoller

Steve Stoller is one of a kind. After being a long time Quest Volunteer, Steve opted to travel the trail as a handler with my team for the first time in 2010 when our handling crew was in need of some help. He was hooked and never looked back. Steve has been “Captain...

Josh Horst

Josh came to Alaska in 1997 to attend the University of Alaska Southeast in Juneau. After five years of school and wilderness adventures in Southeast, he moved north to Fairbanks where he has called home ever since. In 2007, Josh founded Horst Expediting & Remote...

Thom Walker

Thom Walker moved to Alaska in 1998 and has been a good friend of mine ever since. Growing up in Minnesota, Thom has a very similar Midwestern upbringing. An Eagle Scout like myself, the love of the wilderness brought Thom to Alaska and he never looked back. Thom has...

Kyla Durham

I still remember the day I picked Kyla up at the airport. She was silent, I had to pull words out of her mouth. The first few days were interesting. I was getting ready to go up north to mining camp for over a month, to make the chunk of money I needed to be able to...

Joee and Pam Redington

Joee and Pam Redington are legends in the state of Alaska and in the sport of dog mushing. They have been living here and running dogs for over 60 years. Joee’s dad, Joe Redington, is the “Father of the Iditarod” and he, Joee and his other son Raymie, raced and were...

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