Near Death in the Arctic

Near Death in the Arctic

Cecil Kuhne / Dec 13, 2019

Near Death in the Arctic The fine snow choked his eyes ears and throat and he did not hear his own smothered death cry Down in cold blackness feet down his falling body smashed into a projecting ledge of ironclad ice

  • Title: Near Death in the Arctic
  • Author: Cecil Kuhne
  • ISBN: 9780307279378
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Paperback
  • The fine snow choked his eyes, ears, and throat, and he did not hear his own smothered death cry Down in cold blackness, 150 feet down, his falling body smashed into a projecting ledge of ironclad ice With the shattered remains of his sledge, with the doomed dogs, Belgrave Ninnis plunged deeper and deeper into the abyss Lennard Bickel s Mawson s Will In Near Death i The fine snow choked his eyes, ears, and throat, and he did not hear his own smothered death cry Down in cold blackness, 150 feet down, his falling body smashed into a projecting ledge of ironclad ice With the shattered remains of his sledge, with the doomed dogs, Belgrave Ninnis plunged deeper and deeper into the abyss Lennard Bickel s Mawson s Will In Near Death in the Arctic, editor Cecil Kuhne gathers astonishing tales of man versus nature, all set against the bleakly beautiful backdrop of the poles of the earth On foot, by ship, or by dog powered sledge, these adventurers brave the most savage and desolate environment on earth, their instinct for self preservation and survival exceeded only by their desire for excitement and discovery Also featuring Captain Roald Amundsen s The South Pole The heart pounding story of Amundsen s race to be the first man to reach both Poles despite driving snow, exhausted dogs, and towering glaciers Ernest Shackleton s South A riveting memoir of the doomed Endurance, which became trapped in dangerous pack ice that eventually tore the ship apart.Mike Stroud s Shadows on the Wasteland The unbelievable account of a two man, ninety day trek across the Antarctic continent through temperatures as low as minus eighty five degrees Celsius.

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    1. Read & Reviewed for armchairinterviewsThe Arctic. The very name pulls images of snowy landscapes, harsh weather, and intense travel conditions out of our imagination. Many men and women have raced against the elements to reach the North and South poles.Near Death in the Arctic is a collection of writings concerning these journeys. Editor Cecil Kuhne has collected previous published writings by explorers such as Captain Roald Fram, Richard E. Byrd, Apsley Cherry-Garrard, David Lewis, and Robe [...]


    2. After reading this book I know that I'll never hike across Antarctica. I just don't like being that cold! It took me awhile to slog through a few of the excerpts, but others were just great especially "Scott's Last Expedition" (he dies on this expedition). All in all, it was a very interesting book to read.


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