Darwin Alert

The rowers have been obscured by clouds for several days, but radar from two days ago shows how close the Beaufort Sea ice was to Cape Parry on Sunday. It is undoubtedly much closer to the rower’s tiny island now, where they are stuck in a storm.

It is dangerous to listen to greedy people who are looking to make money off your suicide mission.

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21 Responses to Darwin Alert

  1. What are the green bits, Steve?

  2. Chewer says:

    When their satellite SPOT tracker comes back on, they’ll be heading up the southern coastline, no doubt-:)

  3. Looks like they might reasonable weather tomorrow, then it goes downhill again, with strengthening winds, turning easterly by the weekend.


    Just wait till they get some heavy rain, which they seem to have avoided so far.

  4. shazaam says:

    I was wondering why they didn’t make a beeline to Paulatuk.

    That collection of ice on the downwind side of the peninsula is only going to get larger and thicker. and the big wall is approaching at about a mile an hour.

    They’re well and truly… Erm… Stuck is a polite word I suppose.

  5. @njsnowfan says:

    You know Al Gore is tracking them on Satellite pictures not that tracker that turns on and off. Hedge funds use real-time zoom in satellite pictures to track certain business to see if they are busy. Spies in the sky.
    Maybe you can get some one to pull some up.

  6. Gamecock says:

    Solid white east of Bernard Harbour. Ice field?

  7. gator69 says:

    These thrill seeking grandstand era asked for it. I was always told to be careful want you ask for, because you just might get it.

    I’m rooting for Karma.

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