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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    Lachlan Cartwright of The Sun about the highs and lows of the past seven days If you have not heard the podcast yet please do listen It s a fabulous achievement to be podcasting from the frozen wastelands of Greenland and it affords a wonderful insight into the girls daily lives and routine BBC Devon BBC Radio Devon is running stories in their news bulletin throughout the day 25th May about the Foxes How do I listen If you are local tune into 103 4FM 94 8FM 95 7FM 95 8FM 96FM 104 3FM BBC Radio Devon is also available on DAB digital radio and online To listen online visit http www bbc co uk devon They also have an article to accompany the story http www bbc co uk devon content articles 2006 05 24 arctic foxes feature shtml Invicta FM Invicta FM is running features tomorrow 26th May on the Foxes For more information or to listen visit http www invictafm com Foxy HQ 25 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

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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    back of her trousers BBC WM Due to satellite problems the interview with BBC WM was not possible this morning It has been re scheduled for 0900 tomorrow morning Podcast The weekly podcast has been recorded and will be going live soon More information to follow shortly Foxy HQ 24 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

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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    morning the Foxes will be interviewed live on the BBC WM breakfast show from 8 30am If you are near Birmingham you can listen in on 95 6FM or else visit the website to listen live via the internet If you miss the live broadcast you can listen again via the BBC s Radio Player All details for listening live or at a later date via the internet are available at http www bbc co uk birmingham local radio ITV Meridian The Foxes are being featured on ITV Meridian today 23rd May 2006 at 6 15pm Tune in to hear the interview and see footage direct from Greenland Podcast Due to unforeseen problems it has not been possible to record the podcast today which means there will be a slight delay to the release of this weekly catch up with the Foxes More information will follow Foxy HQ 23 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

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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    leg for the Foxes More information will be posted shortly Foxy HQ 1pm 21 May 2006 21 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 4 3rd May 2006 Days 2 3 Day 1 The final preparations

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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    wear sunscreen The weather in Greenland has been lovely over the past few days and not wishing to waste a moment the Foxes were soaking up the rays sunbathing Presumably they are in no hurry for the winds to pick up which would herald the start of their record breaking attempt The return journey In preparation for the return leg the Foxes have moved to the start position 7km from where they were The forecast for the weekend courtesy of the Met Office who the Foxes talk to daily is variable with low winds which the girls are going to use to get some kiting practice in Latest podcast available The third podcast is now available I gather some people have had a few problems listening to this one but The Sun have now corrected the problem Visit http www thesun co uk article 0 2006220592 00 html to download it Question Time Have you got a question about the expedition Jot your burning question down and Foxy HQ will do its best to answer it either directly or by talking to the Foxes However due to the volume of correspondence we can t guarantee a reply Foxy HQ 19 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

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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    morning Ice sheet or ice cap Are the Foxes trekking across an ice cap or an ice sheet Indeed what is the difference An ice sheet is a mass of glacial ice that covers surrounding terrain and is greater than 50 000 km² 19 305 mile² The only current ice sheets are Antarctic and Greenland during the last ice age at Last Glacial Maximum LGM the Laurentide ice sheet covered much of Canada and North America the Weichselian ice sheet covered northern Europe and the Patagonian Ice Sheet covered southern South America Ice sheets are bigger than ice shelves or glaciers Masses of ice covering less than 50 000 km² are termed an ice cap An ice cap will typically feed a series of glaciers around its periphery Therefore an ice cap can be thought of a miniature ice sheet Although the surface is cold the base of an ice sheet is generally warmer in places it melts and the melt water lubricates the ice sheet so that it flows more rapidly This process produces fast flowing channels in the ice sheet these are ice streams The present day polar ice sheets are relatively young in geological terms The Antarctic Ice Sheet first formed as a small ice cap maybe several in the early Oligocene but retreating and advancing many times until the Pliocene when it came to occupy almost all of Antarctica The Greenland ice sheet did not develop at all until the late Pliocene but apparently developed very rapidly with the first continental glaciations This had the unusual effect of allowing fossils of plants that once grew on present day Greenland to be much better preserved than with the slowly forming Antarctic ice sheet Foxy HQ 17 05 2006 Exped Report 8 Many Thanks Exped Report 7 Homeward

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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    and awoke to find the inclement weather had lifted to reveal incredible fjords icebergs and coastal scenery Podcast The Foxes have just recorded the latest instalment of their podcast with The Sun which is due for release tomorrow Jo Fox talks us through the last week and in particular the last few days which have been among the hardest yet Foxy HQ 16 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

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  • Arctic Foxes News/Events
    After a good sleep the Foxes had an early start to the day Day 15 14th May Jo s knee was much better Despite ever worsening conditions the Foxes managed 46 2 km aided by some good downhill sections However the weather was generally poor with very low contrast Where are they now Have they made it Well the official answer is we don t know The Foxes didn t meet either of their call windows today so although there intention was to arrive on the east coast on Sunday evening we can t currently confirm that they have As soon as we receive an update on this we will let you know The next few days The weather on the east coast of Greenland has continued to be poor with strong winds and low contrast The next stage is to get the food and fuel drop successfully to the girls while they rest and recuperate Then it will be time to wait for a good weather window before setting off on their return leg hopefully to break a world record Foxy HQ 15 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

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