...and that one, while making a camp at 3 am, exhausted and so frustrated with my failure attempts to make a fire (you won't go to sleep or relax until all chores are done), decided to walk alone on middle of lake, laid down and watched the solar theatre casted by Nature.
"The dogs there were most important for me. I spent a lot of time with them, more than with people and my dog team was clearly part of my soul- since that's just us who work on the trail."
The Fjallraven Polar was extremely intensive experience for me, not physically just as an awesome adventure but enriching psychologically- as very strong Inner Journey exploration.
It was my Race of Life. Even the worst snowstorm and all Nature's challenges could not defeat me - however, there was something that turned out my story to be the darkest in their history.
What has happened?
I will share whole experience and it's deep meaning about pursuing for your dreams in my upcoming project- a book. It won't be just ordinary book with text, but inspirational one (I hope!).Photographs with watermark are taken by Hakan Wake, the official photographer. Photographs without watermark belong to me.
PS: Yes, it took me a couple weeks to get "mentally" back from that Polar expedition