Don’t worry! Linda is NOT where the GPS Tracker shows that she is…. Unlike the GPS Trackers that mushers carry and are attached to their sleds, Linda’s GPS Tracker is in her backpack. This means the tracker goes inside and outside, inside another building, and then outside again. This makes the possibility of false readings on her Tracker a reality.
When Linda lands at a checkpoint, it is necessary for her to leave her backpack and GPS Tracker outside for about 10 minutes to get the proper reading. As may also be the case, if Linda’s backpack wasn’t outside for 10 minutes before she got on a plane to fly to a different location, a false reading could also occur.
We are expecting a correct reading on Linda’s GPS Tracker soon.