Two modern adventurers document Colorado River

Seth Sachson, executive director of the Aspen Animal Shelter and the Aspen Boarding Kennel, mushes toward the finish line Sunday during the seventh annual Grand Mesa Challenge sled dog races. While many of the 35 or so mushers competing over the weekend raced behind teams of Siberian or Alaskan huskies, Sachson’s team is composed of mixed-breed dogs he has rescued and adopted from the animal shelter.



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Seth Sachson, executive director of the Aspen Animal Shelter and the Aspen Boarding Kennel, mushes toward the finish line Sunday during the seventh annual Grand Mesa Challenge sled dog races. While many of the 35 or so mushers competing over the weekend raced behind teams of Siberian or Alaskan huskies, Sachson’s team is composed of mixed-breed dogs he has rescued and adopted from the animal shelter.

After Will Stauffer-Norris and Zak Podmore wound up their 2011 trip tracing the Colorado River from the headwaters of the Green River to the river’s dreary end in a sandy delta in…




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