This is Neil Brough living and working in a harsh environment. The story of an atmospheric chemist at a desolate and remote station named Halley in the antarctic. Only now in the Arctic at 10000ft at Summit Greenland.
sweet dreams sun.
this is as every dream i've ever had.well almost all.every one where we must run, or snowboard to some final and epic destination, and it's all ending and there's something very important we are sliding to.i've always felt it was the key to our existance. now i know. it's your home.silly colorado girl.
may i also say... oh god i want to be here.no matter how terrifying any dream that led to this location... the feeling was always the same.godso terrifiedbut godi just want to be there.
Are you heavier in Antarctica? Is there more gravitational pull since there's less centrifugal force...I mean, is there less centrifugal force?I have loads of stupid questions.
Those skies still don't beat the ones over Marchon!Kay
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