Antarctica – life on the ice

What is it really like to live and work in Antarctica – to walk amongst the penguins, to climb to the top of the ice continent and to visit the South Pole?

Vinson, Antarctica, Vinson Massif

Through 20 January, 2019, I’ll be living in Antarctica, considered the coldest, driest, windiest and highest continent on earth.

My fingers will often be too cold to write for long. I won’t be doing much editing, so the stories may be just a bit brittle. And the plans, the destinations, the climbs and the teams will change. Antarctica does dictate it’s own rules.

Perhaps though, the stories will ring true and the experience on the ice will be all the more real for the challenges found there.

Antarctica, Castle Peak, Vinson

And as much as Antarctica is cold, with this being my fifth journey south, I know it is also a place that attracts some very warm hearted and unique individuals.

Let’s see what this adventure brings as the journey unfolds.

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One thought on “Antarctica – life on the ice

  1. Hi Robert
    I hope you get the mail I just sent you – enjoy life. Looking forward to follow your adventures

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