The world suddenly vanished around the team of dogs and their musher, Daniel Gunardson. Blinding snow now hid the distant glacier that had been his only directional, but the dogs would know where to run. Their sense of absolute space remained unbroken, even in a blizzard. Before snowmobiles and GPS and other lifeless gadgets, they had once been the only guides for humans in the arctic. Mutual dependence based on survival is the strongest bond in nature. Gunardson knew this well.

He did not know that all of his dogs had already begun to hemorrhage internally, blood slowly filling their lungs.

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