You thought the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race was over last week. Wrong. It ended Tuesday night when Bob Hoyte, the last musher on the 1,168-mile course, crossed the finish line in Alaska. He was more than six days behind winner Joe Runyan. "It feels good to be in Nome," said the Ithaca, N.Y., mail carrier who took 17 days to run the race from Anchorage. Hoyte, 42, said he ran into bad weather and once was forced to hole up an entire day in a cabin. One of the 38 of 49 starters to finish, Hoyte even missed the Iditarod awards banquet. That was held Sunday.