Posts Tagged ‘polar

Book Review; Heart of the Hero: The Remarkable Women Who Inspired the Great Polar Explorers

There´s no doubt in my case that it was books which made me choose this odd life and I really need to be […]

Book Review; The Modern Explorers

There´s no doubt in my case that it was books which made me choose this odd life and I really need to be […]

Siberia; Lesson from the extreme cold

Extreme cold, how it affects human beings and the difference between the local Eveny and domesticated non native people (like an explorer). […]

Book Review; Maybe By Alex Hibbert

There´s no doubt in my case that it was books which made me choose this odd life and I really need to be […]

Opinion; A Plea for Reality; The Issue Of Unsupported By Alex Hibbert

There are two major implications of travelling unsupported: there must be no resupplies from the air or pre-laid caches and no physical locomotive assistance […]

Ponies at The Poles

I am probably subjective when it comes to this issue, but in my book, exploration with animals as partners, isn´t only the […]

10 invaluable items of gear I would bring on an extremely cold Expedition

Yesterday I received news that over 200 people had frozen to death in Russia due to the extremely cold winter over there. At the […]

Book review; The Yakut Horse by Egor Makarov

There´s no doubt in my case that it was books which made me choose this odd life and I really need to be […]

Book review; How To Get To The North Pole by Tim Moss

There´s no doubt in my case that it was books which made me choose this odd life and I really need to be […]

Obtaining Expedition Funding in an Tough Economic Times

One of the most common questions which arrive in my mailbox is: “It is impossible to get any sponsors. How do I […]

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