A group (kind) of ordinary people embarked on a 300 km journey over the Arctic tundra on dog sleds and we set out to meet them by the finish line. Just to find out – How was it?
We are standing by the finish line. One dogsled after the other pulls up as the audience cheers. A six-day adventure has come to an end, a 300 kilometres long journey over tundra, snow-covered forests and frozen rivers with a set of dogs as their engine. The loud barking of the dogs makes it initially almost hard to hear what anyone says but we soon catch up on the feeling of accomplishment – and sadness – that now overwhelms our tired travelers.
“I just feel so proud and so amazed that we were able to accomplish such unforgettable things”, Lucinda says as her voice cracks. Confessing that “a tear welled up” in her eye as she realised that the journey had come to an end. And the dogs in the background make sure to let her know that they also feel sorry that it is all over.