Sunday, 13 May 2018 21:57

Digging Out

The team is happy to report that they weathered the storm well and now they are back to moderately calm conditions. They had to dig out their tents and supplies and the plan was to resurrect the third tent and possibly the group shelter for tonight.

Saturday, 12 May 2018 22:09

Riding Out The Storm

The team reports that all is well at what is now called "Camp Storm Breaker". The wind started to pick up around 5 AM local time Saturday morning and continued to increase until it finally seemed to reach its peak. All the efforts from yesterday building a strong wind wall have paid off as the wall tis taking the brunt of the wind and their tents remain relatively unscathed.

Friday, 11 May 2018 18:26

Prepping for weather

Today has been a change of pace from the last few days. The team had a mission: to storm-proof their camp in anticipation of some incoming weather.

Thursday, 10 May 2018 17:54

Shooting the Moon

The favorite card game of this expedition so far is Hearts, and one of the strategies of Hearts is to "shoot the moon" which basically means making calculated moves to GO FOR IT! Our team is no doubt making similar plans for when Salo, Julius and the dog teams arrive.

Wednesday, 09 May 2018 19:08

Passing Time & Kite Flying In Base Layers

All over Greenland it has been unusually cold. Very cold. This has been caused by a very warm and unusual weather system that settled over the North Pole with temperatures as much as 30° above normal. This system pushed all the cold polar air south to Greenland. But you would never know this from the picture of Eric out flying a kite today in what appears to be his base layers.

Tuesday, 08 May 2018 23:14

Waiting Under Blue Skies

Today was a beautiful day. Blue skies, cold, crisp air and plenty of time to relax and find ways to while away the time. Our group is waiting for a crucial part of the team to arrive: our two mushers, Salo and Julius, and a posse of sled dogs that will carry all their kit to the east coast of Greenland.

Monday, 07 May 2018 22:28

On The Icecap!

Wohoo! Our Greenland crossing team left Kangerlussuaq this morning and took a helicopter shuttle to their starting point on the icecap. The flight took 25-30 minutes and they are now well positioned beyond the crevasse zone and are awaiting the arrival of Salo and Julius, the two mushers from the east coast of Greenland who will be joining the team along with a lively posse of sled dogs.

Monday, 07 May 2018 00:41

Another Night in Kangerlussuaq

Today's update from our Greenland team is that poor weather prevented the team from flying from Kangerlussuaq to the icecap as previously planned. They were in standby mode most of the day which ultimately means that you can't do anything but wait, and stay close, for the possibility to fly.

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