I’ve alluded to it in a couple of posts over the past week or so, but now’s the time to announce that I’m heading out on another adventure. This time, I’ll be traveling in the Southern Ocean, sailing from Argentina to The Falkland Islands and South Georgia, two places that I am very much looking forward to seeing. South Georgia in particular should be spectacular, not only for the scenery, but the historical elements with the Shackleton Expedition for instance.
While gone, I’ll be working on assignment from Popular Mechanics and traveling with Lindblad Expeditions. While this will be wild, and sometimes turbulent, part of the world, I don’t think anyone will be feeling too badly for me considering the amenities we’ll have aboard the ship I’ll be traveling on. Still, this will be an amazing adventure to a remote corner of the globe, and I’m looking forward to all of the opportunities it will afford me. I’m also looking forward to sharing stories of that journey with you when I get back home. Stay tuned, I’m sure there will be a lot to tell.
In the meantime, change is in the air, the winter climbing season is wrapping up, and the spring Himalaya climbing season is ahead. By the time I get back, quite a lot will have changed in the adventure and exploration landscape, and there will be plenty of news to share from this big, wonderful world of ours. It is going to be an exciting time to say the least.
I’ll be back before you know it!
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