Nilson complains about the lack of wind

Published on 22.12.2011 - Climate Neutral Pole 2 Pole

Although Johan Ernst Nilson does not communicate much (we are used to since his departure), he seems to be stucked in the tent because a lack of wind.

Here is his 21 December laconic statement : "... 06:00 / South Pole / No wind on the windiest continent on Earth. Today we made 20 km in 90 minutes, then the kites fell dead to the ground. It's facinating how a place 24 times the size of Sweden can be so quite. We are now preparing for a white Christmas and we are wishing for some wind... "

 

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