Two Friends and a Polar Bear
A Story of Friendship and Endurance Skiing Unsupported Across the Arctic Greenland Ice Cap
Can two friends ski across Greenland in the Arctic late in life?
“Well, you wanted adventure!”
Terry Williams is the author of:
Aaron Linsdau is the author of:
- Adventure Expedition One, #1 Amazon bestseller (Feb 2019)
- Antarctic Tears, #1 Amazon bestseller (June 2015)
- The Most Crucial Knots to Know
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This story of friendship is about two old friends who plan to ski across the Greenland Ice Cap along the Arctic Circle in hopes of becoming one of the oldest teams to succeed.
Two Friends and a Polar Bear Book Information
Author: Terry Williams, Aaron Linsdau
ISBN: 978-1-64922-289-3 (paperback), 978-1-64922-291-6 (hardback)
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Page Count: 182
Formats: Hardback, Paperback, eBook
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About the Authors
Terry Williams, MD is the father of four and grandfather of ten, retired from a 32-year practice of Emergency Medicine in California. He is the author of several medical papers and Emergency Medicine textbook chapters. In addition to his full-time medical work in California, he has treated patients in Guatemala, and Saudi Arabia, on cruise ships around the world, in Northern India, Thailand, and the highlands of Papua New Guinea.
He is also a whitewater kayaker and climber with summits of Sierra 14ers, several of the Cascade volcanoes, and two of the Seven Summits (Aconcagua and Kilimanjaro). He has served as an expedition doctor on climbs, whitewater runs, and in wilderness/primitive settings. He has served on the board of an international missions/humanitarian organization, Global Fellowship, and now resides in northern San Diego County with his wife of 48 years. He also serves as a medical team manager on San Diego’s Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) Team, California Task Force 8.
Aaron Linsdau is the second American to have skied solo from the coast of Antarctica to the South Pole, setting the world record for surviving the longest solo expedition to the South Pole. He wrote Antarctic Tears, Lost at Windy Corner, and the Total Eclipse Guide series.