On the ice-Day 28/29

Day 28/29 My day started at 10am yesterday. The tent was packed and we were about to set off on our biggest day yet. We were going to walk 58km to the end! Teamed up with the British team we managed to make good distance on the first few legs. We stoped for lunch after our fourth leg to prepare for what was coming. Our guide, Bengt, took the lead and followed his marks on his GPS, making sure we weren’t going to fall down any crevasses. It got steeper, but the conditions got better. As the sun started to get lower in the sky, we hit our first big hill! I have never gone down hills on touring skis before, it was a wild ride for sure! The sled took off, dragging me behind it. It was going so fast, pulling me left right and centre! I fell over three times on that hill but I felt I was getting the hang of it! We stopped for a food break at the bottom of the hill.

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