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The point at which we could row no further

The point at which we could row no further... ?? We’d reached the furthest point North we possibly could & there in front of us was a vast, surging, churning mass of ice. Broken, crunching & grating over itself it blocked our route meaning there was nothing we could do but turn the boat and head South West. ?? This was taken at 79° 55’, the furthest recorded row North ever. ?? Danny, Sam & Tyler were at the oars keeping the boat off the ice which was a danger we had to avoid. ?? It was an incredible environment to be in, cold, raw, stark & wild. Only the creatures that inhabit these icy waters see those views, we felt privileged to be there amongst it although we didn’t hang around for too long! ?? @danny_p_l @tycarnevale

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Added: 12/25/2017
Author: @alexgregorygb

We’d reached the furthest point North we possibly could & there in front of us was a vast, surging, churning mass of ice. Broken, crunching & grating over itself it blocked our route meaning there was nothing we could do but turn the boat and head South West.

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