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    Waitrose in Tonbridge see previous diary entry as well as from a number of other generous companies which we carefully packed into day ration bags containing exactly the right amount of carefully calculated carbohydrates protein to power the whole team for one day on the ice cap With Felicity s house looking like a cross between a food warehouse and an apothecary It was an eye opener to visually comprehend the sheer multi coloured array of supplements that we will be taking on a daily basis whilst portioning them out I managed to calculate that between us we will be consuming exactly one thousand five hundred and eighteen little pills whilst out on the ice cap Looks like we ll be rattling our way across Greenland After a marathon all nighter session of weighing porridge and counting pills chocolate bars pasta meals and carb protein bars we finally sealed the last boxes at around 4am ready to drive up to Heathrow and Hull for freighting HOORAH It looks like we re going to Greenland 28 03 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

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    listen Thanks We would like to say a HUGE thank you to Waitrose in Tonbridge for donating the vast majority of our rations including 180 dried pasta meals 120 packs of noodles more malt loaf than you can shake a stick at 360 bars of chocolate 2kg sugar 10 tubs dried milk powder and lots more Thanks especially to Sandra at Waitrose for putting in so much effort to organise this for us O Can we also please thank Hamlyns for donating 12kg of oats for our morning porridge rations Soreen for supplying more malt loaf Mmmmmmmm Coco direct for donating all our hot chocolate Hi5 for supplying all our carb and protein products BioCare for donating all our supplements and Energiser for supplying our Lithium batteries Thanks also to Sainsbury s Tonbridge for donating 200 to our chosen charity Breakthrough Breast Cancer 27 03 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

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    Finsaas kiting god who has recently returned home from Antartica and Polar guru Geoff Somers who was also in Finse training and boy did we make the most of sharing company with such experts With no stone left un turned we grilled Ronny for information on a daily basis and he imparted wisdom not only on kiting and equipment but on an eclectic array of topics from how to cook boiled sheep s heads the perfect ice needed to make orchestral instruments and many other topics that are probably best kept to ourselves Needless to say we all left feeling learned We also caught up with Niklas Norman who was as surprised as we were when we came 2nd in the pub quiz Other highlights of the week included a night spent in a snow hole a great day s skiing up on the glacier and a cheeky sauna wash in the hotel we deserved it O All in all we left windswept and happy loving our Flexifoil kites and once again enamoured with Finse We will undoubtedly return 26 03 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

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    to the snow topped mountains of Wales We got so carried away enjoying the veiw that Saturday ended in a very dark and slightly muddled scramble across black fields to our camp for the night With a train to catch on Sunday evening we couldn t afford to be so casual on our second day and romped with determination across the Brandon Hills onto Exmoor We were made to feel at home as we crossed hilltops generously covered in snow and even passed a home made igloo We arrived in Porlock on time with slightly thumping feet and a strong craving for Fish and Chips definitely not on our training diet As the emphasis of our training switches from general fitness to more specific endurance we will be out and about a lot more over the next few months so if you see four girls with big backpacks and foxy badges please say hello 04 03 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

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    team a Royal Navy team that will be journeying to both the North and South Poles this year The girls were able to share ideas experience and stories with Sean Chappel Paul Mattin and their teams The North Pole team sets out on the 29th March and we wish them all the best and will be following their progress on their website www polarquest co uk 16 02 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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    a fantastic week perfecting our skiing skills and exploring the local hills The weather was incredible with blue skies bright sunshine but unfortunately no wind We did get some fly time on the last couple of days and made the most of it but it was only enough to whet our growing confidence and we left hungry for more Hopefully Finse will return to its usual windy form when we return in February and March While in Finse we were lucky to meet Niklas Norman who along with two team mates traversed Greenland from South to North in 2005 Using parasails they completed the trip in 30 days and hold the record for the longest distance covered in 24 hours a whopping 421km Check out their website Niklas was kind enough to give us some specialist advice and we look forward to picking his brains over the coming months 07 01 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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