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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    This other team is called Hands and Feet across Greenland and consists of UK paraplegic adventurers for more information see http www byhandsandfeet co uk Tomorrow the Foxes will catch their plane back to the UK arriving late in the evening of 5th June This concludes the record breaking double crossing of the Greenland ice sheet by the four girls from the UK They are now the first female team from the UK to have successfully crossed the ice sheet in Greenland Sadly their attempt at the land speed record was thwarted by the weather turning against them something which climatologists are claiming as a rare occurrence Please join me in congratulating Felicity Jen Jo Rachel in their fabulous achievement Foxy HQ 04 06 2006 Exped Report 8 Many Thanks Exped Report 7 Homeward Bound Exped Report 6 The Final Countdown Exped Report 5 Daily Routines Exped Report 4 Waiting for Wind Exped Report 3 Reaching the East Coast Exped Report 2 Across the Ice Sheet Exped Report 1 The First Few Days Expedition Reports In the beginning Foxes back home Day 36 4th June Day 35 3rd June Day 33 34 1st 2nd June Day 32 31st May Day 31 30th May Day 30 29th May Day 28 29 27th 28th May Day 27 26th May Day 26 25th May Day 25 24th May Day 23 24 22nd 23rd May Day 21 22 20th 21st May Day 19 20 18th 19th May Day 18 17th May Day 16 17 15th 16th May Day 14 15 13th 14th May Day 12 13 11th 12th May 2006 Day 10 11 9th 10th May Day 8 9 7th 8th May Day 7 6th May 2006 Day 6 5th May 2006 Day 5 4th May 2006 Day 4 3rd May 2006 Days 2

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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    pitch tent Jo was extracted from the ice swiftly and the tent erected Rachel and Felicity stripped Jo of her wet clothes while Jen boiled some water on the stove In her sleeping bag Jo soon begun to warm up and Foxy HQ can report she is absolutely fine now The Foxes finally got to bed at 0530 GMT which means they will be lying in until 1130 GMT 28km to go With only 28km left to walk the Foxes are in high spirits but it will not be an easy day for them Warmer temperatures mean they have to contend with meltwater which makes the going harder and much more treacherous All being well the Foxes will reach Point 660 on the west coast of Greenland by the end of today 3rd June Foxy HQ 03 06 2006 Exped Report 8 Many Thanks Exped Report 7 Homeward Bound Exped Report 6 The Final Countdown Exped Report 5 Daily Routines Exped Report 4 Waiting for Wind Exped Report 3 Reaching the East Coast Exped Report 2 Across the Ice Sheet Exped Report 1 The First Few Days Expedition Reports In the beginning Foxes back home Day 36 4th June Day 35 3rd June Day 33 34 1st 2nd June Day 32 31st May Day 31 30th May Day 30 29th May Day 28 29 27th 28th May Day 27 26th May Day 26 25th May Day 25 24th May Day 23 24 22nd 23rd May Day 21 22 20th 21st May Day 19 20 18th 19th May Day 18 17th May Day 16 17 15th 16th May Day 14 15 13th 14th May Day 12 13 11th 12th May 2006 Day 10 11 9th 10th May Day 8 9 7th 8th May Day 7 6th May 2006 Day 6 5th

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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    but Jo is now having real problems with her feet which are deteriorating fast Requiring heavy bandaging each morning two of Jo s toes are now missing their skin and according to Rachel Fox they looks they have had a close encounter with a land mine Disturbingly they apparently have photographs of them too Once again the gaffa tape and superglue has come to the rescue This time they ve been put to good use on Jen s skis which together with the back of a notepad have become the product of some Foxy DIY Despite the obvious destruction to their kit and in one case their bodies the Foxes are in fine fettle and are really looking forward to the end of the expedition It is hoped they will reach the west coast by Saturday evening Foxy HQ 02 06 2006 Exped Report 8 Many Thanks Exped Report 7 Homeward Bound Exped Report 6 The Final Countdown Exped Report 5 Daily Routines Exped Report 4 Waiting for Wind Exped Report 3 Reaching the East Coast Exped Report 2 Across the Ice Sheet Exped Report 1 The First Few Days Expedition Reports In the beginning Foxes back home Day 36 4th June Day 35 3rd June Day 33 34 1st 2nd June Day 32 31st May Day 31 30th May Day 30 29th May Day 28 29 27th 28th May Day 27 26th May Day 26 25th May Day 25 24th May Day 23 24 22nd 23rd May Day 21 22 20th 21st May Day 19 20 18th 19th May Day 18 17th May Day 16 17 15th 16th May Day 14 15 13th 14th May Day 12 13 11th 12th May 2006 Day 10 11 9th 10th May Day 8 9 7th 8th May Day 7 6th May 2006

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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    Foxy video on the Sun online too An enormous Foxy thanks to Gideon Wilkins and Matt Daniels of thiscan productions for the editing of the film Foxy HQ 31 05 2006 Exped Report 8 Many Thanks Exped Report 7 Homeward Bound Exped Report 6 The Final Countdown Exped Report 5 Daily Routines Exped Report 4 Waiting for Wind Exped Report 3 Reaching the East Coast Exped Report 2 Across the Ice Sheet Exped Report 1 The First Few Days Expedition Reports In the beginning Foxes back home Day 36 4th June Day 35 3rd June Day 33 34 1st 2nd June Day 32 31st May Day 31 30th May Day 30 29th May Day 28 29 27th 28th May Day 27 26th May Day 26 25th May Day 25 24th May Day 23 24 22nd 23rd May Day 21 22 20th 21st May Day 19 20 18th 19th May Day 18 17th May Day 16 17 15th 16th May Day 14 15 13th 14th May Day 12 13 11th 12th May 2006 Day 10 11 9th 10th May Day 8 9 7th 8th May Day 7 6th May 2006 Day 6 5th May 2006 Day 5 4th May 2006 Day

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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    Foxes website and on the Sun online Watch this space for more information Poo There I ve said it For the past few days I ve been trying to think how best to broach this subject but have failed So I thought I should just say it principally because I am fed up of seeing my notes on the matter staring up at me from my desk for the past few days The question of what the Foxes are doing with the aforementioned first crossed the mind of our Foxy PR Marketing guru Kate Abel and I was charged with finding out the answer So exactly how do four girls deal with the call of nature Well they dig a trench each night near the tent not too near hopefully and in the morning fill it up again with snow What happens in between I will leave to your imagination Paper is not allowed to be buried in Greenland so this has to be carried with them for the entirety of the expedition Nice Foxy HQ 30 05 2006 Exped Report 8 Many Thanks Exped Report 7 Homeward Bound Exped Report 6 The Final Countdown Exped Report 5 Daily Routines Exped Report 4 Waiting for Wind Exped Report 3 Reaching the East Coast Exped Report 2 Across the Ice Sheet Exped Report 1 The First Few Days Expedition Reports In the beginning Foxes back home Day 36 4th June Day 35 3rd June Day 33 34 1st 2nd June Day 32 31st May Day 31 30th May Day 30 29th May Day 28 29 27th 28th May Day 27 26th May Day 26 25th May Day 25 24th May Day 23 24 22nd 23rd May Day 21 22 20th 21st May Day 19 20 18th 19th May Day 18 17th

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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    and soon after the kites were up Jen thought she would try her hand at flying Needless to say the obvious physiological deficiencies of being a human being were not surmounted by the addition of a large kite and Jen proved to the Foxes that she couldn t fly However she did prove it is possible to destroy her skis pulk and traces in a matter of seconds Worry not Jen is fine which is more than can be said for her equipment Now where did I leave gaffa tape and superglue What s in store The Foxes have 248km left to cover which will have to be done on foot owing to worsening weather conditions in Greenland Wind speeds are set to increase beyond the safe limit for kiting and contrast will reduce dramatically Oh and Jen s smashed her skis which make skiing well difficult BBC Devon Rachel featured on BBC Devon s Bank Holiday special Devon Calling earlier today You can listen again to the programme online at www bbc co uk devon Podcast The next instalment of the podcast will be recorded tomorrow and given the past couple of days there will be lots to talk about Foxy HQ 29 05 2006 Exped Report 8 Many Thanks Exped Report 7 Homeward Bound Exped Report 6 The Final Countdown Exped Report 5 Daily Routines Exped Report 4 Waiting for Wind Exped Report 3 Reaching the East Coast Exped Report 2 Across the Ice Sheet Exped Report 1 The First Few Days Expedition Reports In the beginning Foxes back home Day 36 4th June Day 35 3rd June Day 33 34 1st 2nd June Day 32 31st May Day 31 30th May Day 30 29th May Day 28 29 27th 28th May Day 27 26th May Day 26

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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    Still there is absolutely no wind but the Foxes have come to expect this However today they are forecast some wind and moreover it is expected to be in the right direction which means fingers crossed they might have a chance to get their Flexifoil kites out for the first time other than in practice Foxy HQ 28 05 2006 Exped Report 8 Many Thanks Exped Report 7 Homeward Bound Exped Report 6 The Final Countdown Exped Report 5 Daily Routines Exped Report 4 Waiting for Wind Exped Report 3 Reaching the East Coast Exped Report 2 Across the Ice Sheet Exped Report 1 The First Few Days Expedition Reports In the beginning Foxes back home Day 36 4th June Day 35 3rd June Day 33 34 1st 2nd June Day 32 31st May Day 31 30th May Day 30 29th May Day 28 29 27th 28th May Day 27 26th May Day 26 25th May Day 25 24th May Day 23 24 22nd 23rd May Day 21 22 20th 21st May Day 19 20 18th 19th May Day 18 17th May Day 16 17 15th 16th May Day 14 15 13th 14th May Day 12 13 11th 12th May

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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    today for BBC Devon which is to be broadcast on Bank Holiday Monday You can listen locally on FM or across the UK by DAB digital radio or via the internet More information will follow soon Foxy HQ 26 05 2006 Exped Report 8 Many Thanks Exped Report 7 Homeward Bound Exped Report 6 The Final Countdown Exped Report 5 Daily Routines Exped Report 4 Waiting for Wind Exped Report 3 Reaching the East Coast Exped Report 2 Across the Ice Sheet Exped Report 1 The First Few Days Expedition Reports In the beginning Foxes back home Day 36 4th June Day 35 3rd June Day 33 34 1st 2nd June Day 32 31st May Day 31 30th May Day 30 29th May Day 28 29 27th 28th May Day 27 26th May Day 26 25th May Day 25 24th May Day 23 24 22nd 23rd May Day 21 22 20th 21st May Day 19 20 18th 19th May Day 18 17th May Day 16 17 15th 16th May Day 14 15 13th 14th May Day 12 13 11th 12th May 2006 Day 10 11 9th 10th May Day 8 9 7th 8th May Day 7 6th May 2006 Day

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