The Adventure Blog

The Adventure Blog provided amazing coverage of my Antarctic expedition, more so than

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even my personal satellite phone blog.

Here is a listing of all the blog entries in part featuring what was happening to me while I was in Antarctica.

It’s been surprising how many people actually followed my expedition.  I met a den mother from Cub Scout Pack 866 from Imperial Beach who followed my Antarctic travel.  Over the time I’ve been in San Diego, so many people I never even thought would tune in actually did.  Not that I’m complaining!  The more people interested in the expedition, the more fun it is!  Hopefully people learned a little about Antarctica and also how to keep going in the face of adversity.

There’s a Japanese saying, “Nana korobi ya oki”.  Literally, Fall down 7 times get up 8. This ended up becoming one of the expedition experiences and now is a centerpiece of my speaking events.  It’s pretty easy to say.  But, when you’re out there on your hands and knees, hiding from -80 degree windchill conditions, it’s much more difficult to make happen.

More on this in another post…

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