Rachael Scdoris’s book, “No end in sight” details her life so far, learning at a young age that she is legally blind, her desire to be normal, and do normal activities like run sled dogs. Rachael also tells her story of how she fought hard to be allowed to race in the Iditarod. The book, in its third edition, has recently been released in Japan and Germany, with all three editions released in Japan at once. Jerry Scdoris, Rachael’s dad, says “This is so interesting to me, they released all three editions simultaneously in Japan. Anyone read Japanese? Who would have thought that Rachael would be on her third edition and that it would be translated into German and Japanese. The Iditarod is such a wonderful event. Rachael is very happy that her book is reaching a world wide audience and further promoting the Iditarod to a newer and broader audience.”No end in sight, written by Rachael Scdoris and Rick Steber, is published by St. Martin’s Griffin, NY.
Racing in the ACE Race with Tonya Helm On this episode of the Mushing podcast,