alaska
By Thomas P.

Finally, the next day had dawned.
We were trying to realize that we were all alive.
We kept hugging and couldn't hold back our tears.

By Thomas P.

She may scream at times. Looks like a foaming monster that wants to devour you. But even then her charm is captivating and takes you on a journey to another world. Where you can see deep into your soul.

By Thomas P.

I was soaking up every moment with all my senses. I was not at all concerned about when we would reach our next destination. I was living for the journey in a burning horizon. And the journey... was traveling me.

By Thomas P.

Alone and in fate of the unpredictable and often emotionless Mother Nature who seems like testing our strength, physically and especially spiritually. Every now and then images of our crossings came to my mind and I shuddered all over.

By Thomas P.

We woke up late the next day…
We had already decided to be much more careful from now on in order not to relive similar experiences.

By Thomas P.

Within minutes our psychology reversed. We left behind the negative energy of our multi days of blockade and the little explorer hidden inside us prevailed again. Course for Pond Inlet.
All or nothing!

By Thomas P.

After 4 days of waiting in incredible suspense about whether we would be able to find fuels, with the possibility of getting stuck in Pond Inlet for a long time being really high, we were now ready to cross the Baffin Sea for the second time.

By Thomas P.

Go ahead to the direction of insecurity.
Where there is no road.
And leave your own mark.
This is the only road worth traveling…

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