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Musher makes the most of snow in Forbes State Forest

Dan Speicher
| Friday, Jan. 11, 2019, 1:39 p.m.
Musher Cameron Maak, 58, of Jennerstown, works her sled dogs along a trail near in Forbes State Forest on Friday, Jan. 11, 2019. Mushing is a sport that uses dogs as a means of transportation, and Maak focuses on sled dog racing with a team made up of rescued dogs that she says love running as a team and pulling the sled.
Dan Speicher | Tribune-Review
Musher Cameron Maak, 58, of Jennerstown, works her sled dogs along a trail near in Forbes State Forest on Friday, Jan. 11, 2019. Mushing is a sport that uses dogs as a means of transportation, and Maak focuses on sled dog racing with a team made up of rescued dogs that she says love running as a team and pulling the sled.
Musher Cameron Maak, 58, of Jennerstown, begins to hook her dogs up to a sled near the warming hut in Forbes State Forest on Friday, Jan. 11, 2019. Mushing is a sport that uses dogs as a means of transportation, and Maak focuses on sled dog racing with a team made up of rescued dogs that she says love running as a team and pulling the sled.
Dan Speicher | Tribune-Review
Musher Cameron Maak, 58, of Jennerstown, begins to hook her dogs up to a sled near the warming hut in Forbes State Forest on Friday, Jan. 11, 2019. Mushing is a sport that uses dogs as a means of transportation, and Maak focuses on sled dog racing with a team made up of rescued dogs that she says love running as a team and pulling the sled.
Musher Cameron Maak, 58, of Jennerstown, works her sled dogs along a trail near the warming hut in Forbes State Forest on Friday, Jan. 11, 2019. Mushing is a sport that uses dogs as a means of transportation, and Maak focuses on sled dog racing with a team made up of rescued dogs that she says love running as a team and pulling the sled.
Dan Speicher | Tribune-Review
Musher Cameron Maak, 58, of Jennerstown, works her sled dogs along a trail near the warming hut in Forbes State Forest on Friday, Jan. 11, 2019. Mushing is a sport that uses dogs as a means of transportation, and Maak focuses on sled dog racing with a team made up of rescued dogs that she says love running as a team and pulling the sled.
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Dan Speicher | Tribune-Review
PLEASE USE THIS AS THE DOMINANT ART. -jacMusher Cameron Maak, 58, of Jennerstown, guides her dogs along a trail near the warming hut in Forbes State Forest on Friday, Jan. 11, 2019. Mushing is a sport that uses dogs as a means of transportation, and Maak focuses on sled dog racing with a team made up of rescued dogs that she says love running as a team and pulling the sled.

Musher Cameron Maak, 58, of Jennerstown, guides her dogs along a trail near the warming hut in Forbes State Forest on Friday, Jan. 11, 2019. Mushing is a sport that uses dogs as a means of transportation, and Maak focuses on sled dog racing with a team made up of rescued dogs that she says love running as a team and pulling the sled.

Dan Speicher is a Tribune-Review staff photographer. Contact Dan at dspeicher@tribweb.com.

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