Editorial: Old Tools – New Tools
Stroma and Skye
Misadventure and Redemption on the Otryt Trail
A Boys' Trip on Dovrefjell
Tumivut: Traces of our Footsteps
New Site/Old Site
Piksuk Media's Nunavut Quest Project Progress Report
Media Review: Nunavut Quest: Race Across Baffin
IMHO: Let's Talk
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The Fan Hitch, Journal of the Inuit Sled Dog International, is published four times a year. It is available at no cost online at: http://thefanhitch.org.
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The Inuit Sled Dog International
The Inuit Sled Dog International (ISDI) is a consortium of enthusiasts whose goal is the preservation of this ancient arctic breed in its purest form as a working dog. The ISDI's efforts are concentrated on restoring the pure Inuit Dog to its native habitat. The ISDI's coordinators welcome to your comments and questions.
Taking a tough, overland route in Greenland. Photo: Katherine Suboch
New Site/Old Site
Work on migrating material to our new website, thefanhitch.org, is complete. Most recently, the few remaining pages that lacked sidebars were reformatted. Over the years the amount of material on The Fan Hitch site has grown to the point where efficient site navigation now requires ready access to a number of links. You now have those links on every page of our site.
There is no longer any need to visit our old site. No new material has been uploaded to that site since the September 2011 issue of The Fan Hitch. All material that appears on the old site is also on our new site. Currently, the only visitors using the old site are following links from other sites to specific articles. In February of this year we began replacing those linked articles with redirect pages to our new website. We will continue to replace linked articles on the old site with redirect pages as needed so as to migrate as many readers as possible prior to June 30, 2012 when the old site disappears. After that date people following old links from other sites will get only a generic "404 - Not Found" page.
In early March, we also made the first revision to "Defining the Inuit Dog". Our intention for this profile is to keep it "live" so that it is always current and reflects the most recent information obtainable. Revisions and additions will be made as necessary. The first revision makes some minor changes to the Nomenclature section. In addition to its original creation date, "Defining the Inuit Dog" will now also carry the date of its most recent revisions.
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