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Frossen Frihe (Frozen Freedom)
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Frossen frihet – håndbok i friluftsliv med polarhund
A new book in Norwegian, the complete title of the book translates to: Frozen freedom – a handbook for back country travel with arctic dogs.
After having owned and traveled with Greenland Inuit Dogs for more than 20 years, I have tried to write the book I always wanted to, but never got to read when I was a novice. Based on my personal back country experience, I have tried to cover every topic an inexperienced musher needs to know. I have also presented them in the same order I would have liked to read them, when I was first starting out.
The book has five main chapters:
Your four-legged touring companionFrossen frihet – håndbok i friluftsliv med polarhund is 180 printed pages. It’s entirely in Norwegian but includes the universal language of 100 or so photographs; published by Branoq Forlag in Norway. To order, contact Gisle Uren; Cost: 348 NOK + postage.