Ski crossing Isortorq to Kangerlussuaq, 27 daysIn the biggest white room 6 little dots snakes their way through a thick white carpet. Once in a while the head of the snake drops off and slides down attaching itself to the tail, as a new head pushes forward head down finding extra strength and the snake continues eating meter after meter. White cords are sticking out of the dots heads, when needed delivering dreams, flow, distraction and power.
This is where nothing exist but the grandness of the white space and the sliding of one foot after the other in a lulling rhythm, until the sun starts its performance on the horizon and they can finally rest.
This is where a cup of hot water during a break and eating crushed potato chips with a spoon gives you the biggest pleasure and laughs are frequent and easy.
This is where no one needs to explain, everyone is longing for the finish and everyone is dreading the finish, as they know they will long back as soon as it is reached.
This is the ' Kamelose' Greenland Crossing deep into their adventure.
|Karin, Josh, Bengt, Frode, Zac, Frederik|
I had to pinch myself twice when the GPS showed we were crossing the invisible tracks set by the Windsledge Expedition less than two months ago…very surreal and feeling very lucky getting to experience both.
Why we ended calling the crossing 'Kamelose' a word shouted out very often during the trip… well a Norwegian joke on the Danish language on Youtube that some may get (in a kind of English) Kamelose
Pictures: Photos GRL Crossing 2014
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