This is what happens when a group of Finnish architects jumps on the tiny-home bandwagon.
Norway's forbidding Hardangervidda Plateau nearly killed Roald Amundsen when he attempted a ski traverse in the winter of 1896. But the failure set him on a path of training, study, and exploration that led to his historic conquest of the South Pole. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of that feat, Mark Jenkins and his brother Steve skied the route, an epic challenge that even now can prove deadly.
In adventure and in life, Mike was my best friendmy stronger, wiser, wilder half. And in the end, when the last climb was over, that's all that really mattered.
Naysayers claim the age of adventure is over. On an unclimbed peak in Tibet, our man declares that it has just begun.
It's every adventurer's dilemma: Nothing's more exciting than the next trip—but nothing's harder than leaving home
Of baboon lust, ibex ballets, and the necessity of the African wolf.
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