Ultimate Arctic Crossing - part 1

Monday 25 February / 8pm for them (in the tent), midday for us: the men have been able to cover a mere 4.5km today. An enormous storm beat down on the pack ice, with the wind blowing at more than 60kph and visibility reduced to 50 metres. So they preferred to wait and huddle up in the tent. " Fortunately, it's less cold", explained Dixie, "-27°C. In order to cross the compression areas, the two of us carry the sledges together, which means we have to make numerous return trips. It has to be said that it's a

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