The trophy in his hand, the Pole marker at 90°S.
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Aaron at the Ceremonial South Pole in front of the US South Pole Station.
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“Whenever I'm gone for more than 5 days in the wilderness, the daily stress melts away and the essentials of life come into focus.”
courtesy Aaron Linsdau
Aaron in ANI's dining tent at Union Glacier before the expedition.
Image by Ben Cooper courtesy Ben Cooper
At home, before.
courtesy Aaron Linsdau
In the Hotel Condor de Plata in Punta Arenas, Chile, after the expedition.
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South Pole ski: Aaron Linsdau before and after

Posted: Jan 27, 2013 08:57 pm EST
(Newsdesk) On January 21st, after skiing 80 days from Hercules Inlet. American Aaron Linsdau arrived at the South Pole "tired, excited, nervous, after 10 years of planning, thinking, dreaming and doing".

Watch this space for an ExWeb interview with him. Aaron is currently on his way back home.

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