Adventurer Aleksander Gamme Extreme Happiness

December 18, 2012

the south pole

 

Sweedish adventurer Aleksander Gamme took this video during a long treck to the South Pole. Along the way he burried excess items in snow drifts to keep his backpack light. The video was taken on day 86 and is of the retrieval of his final dropped bag of provisions. Lets just say packing a bag correctly can be more than importaint sometimes its vital.  Thanks to Radiolab WNYC for putting us on to this. Listen to the podcast episode that refrences it and other blissful moments here. 

 






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