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What would it be like to have adventure coursing through
you, pumping you with the essence of life, breathing in waves of
I suppose Roald Amundsen could be one of th...
What would it be like to have adventure coursing through you, pumping you with the essence of life, breathing in waves of excitement?
I suppose Roald Amundsen could be one of the men to tell us what it feels to conquer the spirit of nature. Heres introducing you to the first man to lead an expedition to both the poles of the world, the north and south, lands that breathe mystique and thrive in solitude.
He came from a long line of distinguished naval officers. He took to the seas himself and began climbing the rungs to the ladder of authority. Before long he was the first mate on a ship that was the first to make it through the Northwest Passage. There the Inuits taught him the ways of the land. He learned to use animal skins instead of wool parkas and also the use of dog sleds. These were the skills that resulted in him being the first man to get to the South Pole.
The conquest of the South pole was a neck to neck race between Amundsen and Scott, his rival. A famous trial recorded in the tomes of history. Amundsen beat the competition by a few weeks and his ingenuity got him and his crewmates back on safe ground. He left a note for Robert Scott at the pole telling him to use the resources they had left behind so he could survive too. Unfortunately, due to errors on many parts, his crew perished in the harsh tundra.
When Amundsen set off for the pole no one knew of his true destination except for his brother.
After a heros welcome back home, he didnt set roots into the warm mud for long. He headed out on a trip to the North Pole and was successful yet again.
He finally disappeared on a rescue mission and was never found again. A brave man, and an intrepid explorer.