We have a couple of good interviews this morning of two very interesting adventurers who have spent a lot of time on mountains and in very cold places.
First up, my friends at CheapTents.com are making it a habit of posting excellent interviews with some fascinating subjects. This week they put polar explorer Lonnie Dupre under their microscope, discussing such topics as what inspires him to go on his adventures, what his biggest weakness is, and why he decided to attempt Denali in January. Even for a guy who has been to the North Pole twice and circumnavigated Greenland, that was a tough expedition.
Once you’re done getting to know Lonnie better, head over to Adventeer to check out their interview with mountaineer Meagan McGrath. I’ve written about Meagan’s adventures a few times, most notably when she went to the South Pole, but also on her Seven Summits climbs as well. In her interview, Meagan discusses her motivations for climbing, what it was like going to the South Pole alone, and how she manages to self-fund her adventures. She also goes into detail on the Seven Summits and shares which of those peaks was her favorite as well.
Both are good reads and highly motivational. If you’re finding it difficult to get your energy going this morning, both Lonnie and Meagan may provide some inspiration. At the very least, they’ll give you something to think about heading into the weekend.