Nilson : no more wind…

Published on 03.01.2012 - Climate Neutral Pole 2 Pole

Nilson has changed from written updates to audios : nevertheless, his way to communicate with outside world remains one of the poorest of all expeditions on the field this season.

'Second day without wind' posted three times on 2 January. First ime at 6am, second time at 6 am and third time at... 6 am.

Nilson and his guide are waiting for the wind to come, while the kites are ready to be lifted.

He thinks he has no more than two weeks to reach the South Pole, being still at a distance of 1.100 km.

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