The Epping Hardware and Implement Co. stands alone in downtown Epping, North Dakota.
After walking 26 miles the previous day due to a lack of wind, the crew takes off early for the wheat fields.
Portraits of the 2XtM (To Cross The Moon) crew: Sam Salwei, Jason Magness, and Paul Cassedy.
Jason Magness guides his kite across dormant wheat fields.
Ellis Smith of Thrillhead Creations conducts an interview with Paul Cassedy for an upcoming documentary about the expedition.
With the wind at a lull Paul Cassedy, Sam Salwei, and Jason Magness walk the rural roads.
Sam Salwei descends to the Missouri River at dusk.
Chelsea Gerlach was part of an accompanying team that educated locals about wind energy and conducted snowkiting clinics.
The 2XtM crew stayed true to much of the Lewis and Clark trail through North Dakota.
The Missouri River remained frozen up to four feet thick throughout the journey, unlike the previous winter when warm temps ended the trip early.
Sam Salwei exits the Missouri River over scoured snow to camp after a long day.