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Release the Dream's Dog Sledding page

We will be dog sledding over 180km in Sweden for Eilidh Brown Memorial Fund because we want to challenge ourselves in the snow.

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  • Team members: Emma More and Brenda Graham will be completing this challenge as representative of Release the Dream.
  • Event: Dog Sledding, 02 Feb 2019 to 09 Feb 2019

Eilidh Brown Memorial Fund

Eilidh Brown died from cancer on 25.3.2010 aged just 15 The charity aim to build a holiday home in Scotland,for young people and their families who have been touched by cancer, in Eilidhs memory. Eilidhs family understand the strain families experience and KNOW the relief a holiday will bring.

Charity Registration No. SC042082


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Today it becomes very real as we start the official count
down to our charity challenge, dog sledding in the Arctic Circle, we will be heading off on the 2nd February 2019.

When we started going to the gym to get fit and lose weight
we thought that having a challenge would help us stay focused and that is where it all started. Our blog name Release the Dream stemmed from us deciding that we wanted to achieve something that we have always wanted to do.

Searching for a challenge we found a Dog Sledding challenge, dog sledding and traveling to the Arctic circle is something that we have been wanting to do for some time but just not had the opportunity. One of the good things about this challenge for us is that it is an open charity challenge, that is we could nominate any charity and we wanted to raise funds for a local charity – Eilidh Brown Memorial Fund.

It may seem a long time to go but we want to raise as much
money as possible for the Eilidh Brown Memorial Fund between now and then, aiming to raise a minimum of £12,000

Now to the challenge that we have set ourselves – Dog Sledding
in Sweden, below is some details of what we will endure on our challenge;

The Dog Sledding challenge is graded as “Moderate”. This is
the perfect challenge for participants who are of an adventurous spirit and an open mind, but perhaps haven’t taken on a strenuous challenge event previously and are hoping to put themselves out of their comfort zone!

The Dog Sledding Challenge you will be:

  • Sledding for around 5-7 hours per day
  • Covering approximately 180km across 5 days of
  • Using your core strength to control the sled
  • Sleeping in temperatures that can reach -40 Celsius
  • Over-nighting in very basic wilderness cabins,
    where the toilets are outside and you will room together in one room
  • Taking charge of and looking after your own set
    of dogs. You will see to their needs before yours

This is getting all a bit real and scary now, what have we

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