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Suzie Cook

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Evy Gebhardt

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Employment History

Tustumena 200


Part Owner

Tustumena Lodge


Web References(9 Total References)


History | T200 Sled Dog Race

tustumena200.com [cached]

Headed by Suzie Cook, part owner of the Tustumena Lodge, and Evy Gebhardt, wife of local musher, Paul Gebhardt, the race would see phenomenal growth in the next half decade.
John and Suzie Cook, owners of the official starting point of the race (The Tustumena Lodge), have so generously given the time and space, once a year, to put up with a bunch of noisy dogs in their parking lot. This couple has become such an integral part of the race, it couldn't be called the T200 without them.


History | T200 Sled Dog Race

tustumena200.com [cached]

Headed by Suzie Cook, part owner of the Tustumena Lodge, and Evy Gebhardt, wife of local musher, Paul Gebhardt, the race would see phenomenal growth in the next half decade.
John and Suzie Cook, owners of the official starting point of the race (The Tustumena Lodge), have so generously given the time and space, once a year, to put up with a bunch of noisy dogs in their parking lot. This couple has become such an integral part of the race, it couldn't be called the T200 without them.


Go Mush

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Headed by Suzie Cook, part owner of the Tustumena Lodge, and Evy Gebhardt, wife of local musher, Paul Gebhardt, the race would see phenomenal growth in the next half decade.
John and Suzie Cook, owners of the official starting point of the race (The Tustumena Lodge), have so generously given the time and space, once a year, to put up with a bunch of noisy dogs in their parking lot.


Kenai Peninsula Online - Alaska Newspaper -

www.peninsulaclarion.com [cached]

Suzie Cook, co-owner of Tustumena Lodge in Kasilof, inspects the "T" sign Friday after it was knocked down. In the 16 years John and Suzie Cook have owned the Tustumena Lodge in Kasilof, they've accumulated some wild stories.Suzie Cook said the 20-foot wooden sign was put in 16 years ago.Cook and her husband are discussing what to do with the sign.Cook said the T has been through fierce wind before."In the middle of winter we'd watch the thing wave back and forth and said, 'It's going,' but it never has," she said."It's so sad, because it's been there so long," Cook said."I can't believe on a beautiful day like this that it's gone."Cook was on a "bun run" to buy supplies for prime rib night at the Big T when the storm struck.Harvey and others from the bar who had seen the blowing dust from the window called Cook and told her what happened.Cook said LaFleur plans to continue all the traditions the Big T is known for, but patrons are bemoaning the change of ownership, nonetheless.Of course, when the Cooks bought the place and moved up from San Diego, the bar regulars griped then about the "rich Californians," she said.The Cooks had been visiting the area for years and decided on a whim to buy the Big T, without doing any research on it."It was the stupidest business decision ever made in your life, but it turned out to be the best," Cook said.John Cook owned carpet stores in California and Suzie had tended bar and waitressesed before, but they had no experience running a bar."We just figured we spent so much time drinking in bars that we could run it," Suzie Cook joked."We have the best group of people here," Suzie Cook said.


Kenai Peninsula Online - Alaska Newspaper -

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Photo provided by Suzie CookSuzie Cook, Tustumena 200 educational director and part owner of the Tustumena Lodge, said this year's competition saw approximately 80 entries from all over the Kenai Peninsula.Cook sends out educational packets to every school on the peninsula.Cook said roughly 80 designs were entered in the contest and the artwork varied a great deal.


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