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Mushing tours see explosive growth on local glaciers

...Helicopters provided 216 flights for tourists who went on mushing trips with Nunatak Dog Sled Tours, operated by musher Bob Kling of Juneau, according to the U.S. Forest Service, which issued the helicopter landing permit. In 1998, Kling and...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...Helicopters provided 216 flights for tourists who went on mushing trips with Nunatak Dog Sled Tours, operated by musher Bob Kling of Juneau, according to the U.S. Forest Service, which issued the helicopter landing permit. In 1998, Kling and...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/011800/Biz_mush.shtml
Fiedler's Juneau advantage

...up there with the dogs about five years," Windred said, adding that Fiedler is the second musher to run the tours (Bob Kling of Willow was the first) and that she hopes he stays a long time. "He's a wonderful human being," Windred said...

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Juneau Empire Online Business Spotlight: Tapping the Mush Market 7/22/97

...Iditarod champion Libby Riddles and entrepreneurial-musher Bob Kling started giving tours on the Juneau Ice Field July 4 ...exciting.'' Since Riddles and entrepreneurial-musher Bob Kling started giving dog sled tours on the Juneau Ice Field...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/072297/dogsled.html
Juneau Empire Online Inside Story: Inside Out 7/27/97

...Riddles tires of snow and dogs she heads for the local bars to play music, according to her mushing business partner Bob Kling. The blond musher who inspired T-shirts reading ``Alaska - Where men are men and women win the Iditarod'' is spending...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/072797/insideout.html
Juneau Empire Online Archive Preview News: Riddles presents slide show 5/28/98

...the 1,049-mile Iditarod. Riddles worked in the Juneau area last summer, teaming up with entrepreneur and musher Bob Kling to offer visitors a dog-mushing experience on the Norris Glacier, 13 miles northeast of downtown Juneau. She said...

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