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August 28, 2008
Ever wanted to do a artic polar circumnavigation? This is your year.
13 years ago
an arctic. I knew that.
Anyone want to join me on a circumnavigation of the 89°59'59' parallel? I will be laying in supply caches every 200 feet, mostly consisting of Fat Tire Ale and chips & guacamole.
Find the hand of Franklin..? I've been
You usurper, you!
From the article:
the trip using the northern route is just 7,400 nautical miles -- just 40 percent of the 11,500 nautical mile haul through the Suez.
*checks calculator* *checks slide rule* *adjusts sextant* Nope.
Math suffers when describing the navigation of an articulation.
A strawberry-rhubarb muffin that has left me feeling queasy all day.
Ever wanted to do a artic polar circumnavigation?
Is that some sort of sexual manoeuvre I don't know about?
Yup, pretty easy. Be sure and take a big, honking boat though. Them polar caps won't keep melting when we stop using oil!