This is Meret’s third year working on Godwin Glacier. Meret is from Seward originally but spent her winters in Eureka, Alaska where she gained a passion for mushing small dog teams and skijoring. Meret recently finished her first year at Bowdoin College in Maine and is excited to be back for another fun season of training dogs and enjoying Seward’s fantastic hiking trails.
Brandon Marks has been flying helicopters since 2005 and is back in Alaska for his 4th year of flying. Seward is hands down the must beautiful place Brandon has been in his career. Brandon grew up in a small ranching communit in West Text and never dreamed he would be an Alaskan bush Pilot. He hopes you can join him on a flight so he can show you Seward’s breathtaking landscapes.
Justin returns for his 3rd summer on Godwin Glacier after having spent this winter with Travis and Sarah running dog sled races and qualifying for the Iditarod. Justin originally hails from Grand Haven, Michigan and is now an official finisher of the Knik 200, Copper Basin 300, and the Northern Lights 300 dog sled races.
Wyatt Suchecki is returning for his second summer on Godwin Glacier after spending the winter running and training dogs with Travis and Sarah. He is now officially qualified for the 2017 Iditarod having completed the Knik 200, Northern Lights 300, and the Copper Basin 300. Wyatt was also chosen to be part of the 2016 Mountain Man Of Alaska calendar.
Travis Beals, 24, was raised in Seward, Alaska. He is a 4-time finisher of the 1,000 mile long Iditarod Sled dog race with his top finish being 11th place. Travis is passionate about his dogs and oversees all of the dog care on Godwin Glacier during the summer months. During the winters, Travis spends all his time training for the Iditarod and guiding dog sled trips.