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Merging worlds by Brian Newham

Merging worlds by Brian Newham

Over the last few days we have seen a few birds around camp. They were just distant sightings but it was a sure sign that summer has arrived and life is coming back to the continent. Late last night the five of us stood and watched as a Twin Otter aircraft appeared from the west. We knew it was coming and had been sending weather reports throughout the day and at last it was nearly with us.

Last chance to enter prize draw

Last chance to enter prize draw

Last chance to win a signed copy of Sir Ranulph Fiennes’s latest book, Cold. Deadline for entries is this Sunday, 30th March. To enter, all you need to do is send an email Louis Vuitton with the subject line “Cold” to TGExpedition@aol.com. A name will be drawn out of a hat (or equivalent random selection process!) Louis Vuitton uk later this month and the book will be posted to the lucky…

Competition: Win a signed copy of Cold

Competition: Win a signed copy of Cold

  Win a beats by dre signed copy of Sir Ranulph Fiennes’ beats by dre uk s latest book, Cold.   To enter, all you need to do is send cheap beats by dre an email with the subject line “Cold” to TGExpedition@aol.com. A name will be drawn out of a hat (or equivalent random selection process!) later this month and the dr dre beats uk book will be posted to the lucky winner.   By…

COLD – by Sir Ranulph Fiennes

COLD - by Sir Ranulph Fiennes

The Coldest Journey is one of many beats by dre great tales of bravery and daring to be featured in Sir Ranulph Fiennes latest book, Cold. Fiennes has spent a lifetime cheap beats uk working in conditions of extreme beats uk cold – his frostbitten fingers are a testament to the horrors that man can experience in such temperatures, but he also knows that the life he has led owes a great deal to…

Book your place to see Brian Newham

Book your place to see Brian Newham

Ice Team Leader Brian Newham will be presenting at The Telegraph Outdoor Adventure & Travel Show in London dvd best buy next week.He will be speaking on each of the four days on the “Climb and Adventure” stage at Excel, London, from 13th-16th February. Find out more about the event and view an intro to the TCJ presentation on the organiser’s website via this link: buy dvd… Tickets ar…

The Coldest Journey – Expedition Update

The Coldest Journey – Expedition Update

It has now been more than two months since the Ice Team left the Antarctic and, for most, life has pretty much returned to normal. ralph lauren pas cher However, for the expedition leaders and the trustees, there is still work required to complete the final important stages of the project. This includes repatriation of the equipment which the team took with them to Antarctica on board SA…

Brian Newham speaking at adventure event in London

Brian Newham speaking at adventure event in London

Don’t miss your chance to hear Brian Newham presenting at The Telegraph Outdoor Adventure & Travel Show in London next month! The Coldest Journey’s Ice Team Leader will be presenting on each of the four days on the “Climb and Adventure” s…tage at Excel, London, from 13th-16th February. Find out more about the event and view an intro to the TCJ presentation on the organiser’s website.

Keep in contact with us!

Keep in contact with us!

Greetings to you all and a Happy New Year. Although our news is now vastly reduced, I can, at the very least, pass on best wishes from Ran and the expedition team. Everyone is well and adjusting to normal life. No one has been adversely affected by the months of solitude in Antarctica and, to the best of my knowledge, none of the team members is undergoing counselling or suffering from any…

Another Night to Remember

Another Night to Remember

The sky above London was clear last night but you couldn’t see the stars because, ironically, they were obscured by the festive Christmas lighting (electric stars – no less!). It was unseasonably warm too – an unusual combination, so at odds with Antarctica where, it has just been revealed, the lowest ever recorded temperature was experienced in July of this year at -93⁰C. That is well over…

Now and next

Now and next

Dear Followers, Now that the expedition team members are back home, the process of debriefing and processing their experiences for the scientists and schools is under way, and efforts to publicise the marvellous work of SiB continue. Inevitably, the day-to-day story is now less compelling although we shall continue to publish further reports as the final chapter unfolds in the months ahead. On…

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