Balto, the Siberian husky that delivered life-saving medicine to Nome, Alaska, in 1925, is honored with a statue in New York’s Central Park. A smaller version would be an ideal way to remember Arroyo Grande’s “foxy.”
Balto, the Siberian husky that delivered life-saving medicine to Nome, Alaska, in 1925, is honored with a statue in New York’s Central Park. A smaller version would be an ideal way to remember Arroyo Grande’s “foxy.” New York City Department of Parks & Recreation
Balto, the Siberian husky that delivered life-saving medicine to Nome, Alaska, in 1925, is honored with a statue in New York’s Central Park. A smaller version would be an ideal way to remember Arroyo Grande’s “foxy.” New York City Department of Parks & Recreation

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