Greenland Expedition, Where Ice Is Born by Lonnie Dupre
Author, adventurer Lonnie Dupre readily confesses that the spirit of adventure lives strong within his soul. And over the years he has answered its beckoning call many times. But none of those adventures compare to the 15 months he and fellow explorer, John Hoelscher spent kayaking and dog sledding their way around the unexplored wilderness of Greenland. From cover to cover, this book is filled with breathtaking photographs that tell the visual story and help bring to life this extraordinary and dramatic real-world adventure. HIGHLIGHTS: **The foreword was written by fellow explorer and friend Will Steger.
**Dramatic photos and text paint a true-life picture of the trials and tribulations of this awesome undertaking.
**Offers insights into the lives of the people who call this harsh land home, and gives readers a feel of what life on this island is like on a day-to-day basis.
**Includes sidebars that discuss the culture of Greenland, the schools, the villages and the importance of sledge dogs as the most recognized form of transportation.
**Features maps that detail the route traveled by Dupre and Hoelscher.
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