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Two men. 3000 miles across the ice. 90 days unsupported. The toughest Antarctica crossing on skis and kites. Help us document it! Read more

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Two men. 3000 miles across the ice. 90 days unsupported. The toughest Antarctica crossing on skis and kites. Help us document it!

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Only 8 days to go; we're gonna make it!

We cannot thank our supporters enough! 

With 8 days left to reach our goal we've past the halfway mark. We're hoping that a couple promises come through, and our goal will be met!! This has been so exciting and it's great to see how many people are interested in this once in a lifetime 'centennial' journey. We know these are hard times for many and that some of you just can't contribute financially, but your interest in this adventure and it's message, speaks volumes; and for that we're extremely grateful. For those who have pledged during these trying economic times; thank you very much, it truly means a lot.

Please help us commemorate this centennial journey by sharing our FACEBOOK page, by sharing our Kickstarter page, or by visiting our website at Sebastian Copeland Adventures. From the web page you'll be able to track Sebastian's whereabouts using a Google Earth map that will be updated via satellite every 15 minutes, and he will also post a daily blog.

Again, thank you for your support and for joining us on this historic expedition!