Em's blog: Em writes about what it means for her to have the life calling to be a husky guide.
How Emily got hooked: From the early days
Another of Emily's: Did you get the bit about her favourite dog being Bino?
Luke worked with us during the 2014/2015 winter season and he recently returned to adopt one of our Taïmyr's, Drizen. The duo are now currently travelling through Europe in a van and Drizen will eventually be able to retire in Luke's hometown in the UK. You can follow his adventure, here.
Catherine & Andy
Saying goodbye to Hetta Huskies may prove harder than you expect when you first arrive and get introduced to the all-consuming non-stop chaos of life as a husky guide. You can read their goodbye blog, here.
Jaelithe Swan is a former guide who has looked after our dogs on two separate occassions and who stays committed to their development from afar. When she wrote this article, the publishers changed a few things about it (number of dogs, length of stay, etc but the article is still nice.
Eve's 'adoption' blog, winter 2013-14: About the adoption of one of our dogs.
Eve's 'dogs on streets' blog: A photo-journal of travelling with her adopted dog.
Eve's main travel blog: Eve returned to Germany with our laziest dog, Hertz.
Leah & Steve
Leah and Steve's workaway the world: A couple's experiences at Hetta Huskies and beyond. There are some great tales here.
An Article written by Leah for The Bark
Another article written by Leah & Steve
Andy & Catherine
Andy and Catherine's Adventure: This is a great blog about travelling overland between London and Australia. Catherine writes really well and captures her time at Hetta Huskies, en route, in a number of fun articles.
Laurence's blog, winter 2014-15: Laurence has shared some of his thoughts about his time in the arctic, here.
Cal Flyn is a journalist who spent a number of months at Hetta Huskies working as a guide in the arctic winter of 2012. She has returned to us for a follow up in 2014 since, despite the drama of her resultant front page article in the Telegraph Magazine, she actually enjoyed her stay!
Her competition Win
Cal's arctic blog: including links to articles she wrote about the Sami as well as taming horses in Eastern Lapland etc.
Dan's blog: Seems that he didn't get much time to write.
Tom's blog: Ditto the comment re Dan. He may have finnished the dream but not the blog.
William's blog: He didn't get much further than Dan or Tom.
Saskia's blog: Saskia has visited us twice. Her first time was when she was fresh out of graduating from medical school and in need of a 'break'.
Chloe's blog: All the best intentions but Chloe was too much of a social butterfly to spend her evenings here writing.
Mark Wrote about his time with us as a trainee guide.
Recommendations from other farms and owners
Northern Most: These malamute owners holiday in Hetta and recommend our farm. They sometimes even drop us a nod when there are rescues in need of shelter.