The Collins sisters' closest companions were their sled dogs . . . until they heard about Icelandic horses. Read how these sturdy creatures joined their Alaska homestead.(Julie has since become a little more adept at repairs.) Still, we did spend a tremendous amount of time each year cutting eight to ten cords of stove wood with a bow saw. ... in Europe, and most of the Canadian stock descended from animals imported from Iceland and other parts of Europe just one or two generations back. The horses arrived in Iceland centuries ago in the open vessels of Viking settlers.
|Title||:||Riding the Wild Side of Denali|
|Author||:||Miki Collins, Julie Collins|
|Publisher||:||Epicenter Press - 1998-04-01|