Because I like the cold and spend a lot of my time in the world’s most extreme environments, I get asked a wide variety of questions. And while everyone from kindergarteners to CEOs wants me to discuss the finer points of my taking morning constitutional at 40 below, one separate question consistently pops up:
Eric Larsen is who we all want to be when we grow up. He is a polar adventure and expedition guide. He has spent his life in some of the most extreme and unwelcoming environments on the planet. But what about when he’s not climbing Everest or riding his bike across the South Pole? How do you live the #SolarLife?
This week, Goal Zero ambassador Eric Larsen shares his adventure exclusively with the GZnation. December 22, 2012, Cycle South Expedition Journal Entry: “I suppose at some point in the future, I will look back on today and smile – the effect of time and distance having fully pared down my memory to a few mildly amusing vignettes, but until then I am rooted in the here and now, staring across one of the most remote and inhospitable places in the entire world with a goal I’m not sure I’ll be able to achieve.” Antarctica. Even on a good day it … Continue reading