Martha and Rod are busy “Living the Life” with lovely daughter Haley. We await their submission when they return!
Recently we made a huge decision: Uncommon Journeys (UJ) is closing down our winter trips at the beginning of October. It has been a fantastic business and lifestyle for the past 15 years, but new endeavors we are involved in are making it difficult to dedicate the time and resources required to run UJ effectively. Over the past few years, in addition to Uncommon Journeys, Rod has been developing Waste to Energy Canada (WTEC), a sustainable energy company based in British Columbia. The company has generated tremendous interest, and it has become a full time job. This decision has not been made lightly as dogsledding has been such an integral part of our lives. Uncommon Journeys has not only been our place of business, it is our home and as such, we have chosen not to sell. We will be staying on our property in the Ibex Valley just outside of Whitehorse.
Because of this change, we are actively seeking new homes for several of our Alaskan Huskies (up to age 7) while our older ones will stay with us for retirement. We have both intact and altered males and females from great bloodlines and the majority of them have spent time up front leading our tourism teams. Our dogs are well socialized and would make ideal additions to any recreational dogsled team or family looking for a skijoring or hiking companion. In the past they have also proven that they adapt well to life as a pet. We have several dogs living all over North America and the UK with past guests and staff of Uncommon Journeys. We are happy to adopt the dogs to loving homes free of charge. If you are interested in learning more about these dogs, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com.