Winterdance - The Race: McGrath; The Interior Summary & Analysis

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The Race: McGrath; The Interior Summary and Analysis

In McGrath, Gary is transporting food stores to the sled when the smell of real food beckons him to a small cafe where a waitress greets him warmly and serves five plates of ham and eggs. Gary is loathe to leave the warmth of the building but knows he must get back to his team and the race. As soon as teams leave McGrath, they face the battle to cross Alaska's interior. There is some snow to cushion the trail as it winds along the river. A bar along the route passes out food and drink to help mushers get to the next checkpoint at Ophir. There is little snow since constant wind keeps the snow from settling and Gary feels an overall sense of alien barrenness. Gary is infected with a mystical...

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