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Waking up with the excitement that you are heading South to Antarctica is a feeling that I will never forget. After morning briefings about logistics and time frames for boarding the ship, we started the program for the day with presentations from a few of...

  As you know, we have reached The Mountains and taken the opportunity to rest and recover. This way point represents close to halfway. The team was far more tired than we thought after the past non-stop 25 days. There is nothing here but a small ice...

  Today may have been the first “down day” that we have had since starting the SPEC Expedition. The intention was to edit, categorize and upload all images and videos of the trek so far. Technology was not on our side and neither were the atmospherics. We were not...

Today we floated yet again through this crazy landscape of ice and sky which now seems so familiar. We've all become snow and ice experts and have learned to read which textures glide well and where you are likely to break through the surface stopping...

We have been marching daily for almost three weeks straight. Aside from a two hour sleep in and a couple of extra hours a few afternoons ago- it has been nonstop. Celebrating Martin's birthday yesterday marked a day to remember! Aside from that and a few...

The sun was out today for Martin’s birthday. He is such an incredible human being. He is originally from North Wales, in the UK but moved with his family to Colorado. He leaves a little 3 month old son Elliot at home, to come here...

[caption id="attachment_1976" align="alignleft" width="413"] An icy selfie from team videographer, Kyle.[/caption] Kyle Here…….Today you get to hear a little from me. What an experience to be on this expedition. I have been fortunate enough to travel the world as a videographer and settled with my wife...