This conversation is amongst the most inspirational and touching that I’ve done. It’s a longish one and I really want you to hang on through this whole episode because there are some amazingly life-affirming stories here.
This conversation is with Chris Fagan. Chris, along with her husband, Marty, walked 560 miles over 48 days to the South Pole. They were the first married couple to successfully complete this adventure as an unsupported expedition, meaning they were carrying everything themselves. They were each pulling a 220-pound sled loaded with all of their food and essentials.
Chris has a book coming out in September called The Expedition about their journey (available for pre-order which I’ve linked to below). In this conversation, we definitely touch upon their adventure but also dig into their many other adventures as a couple and she shares some revealing information that will truly inspire you.
Seriously, you are so going to love this conversation with this energetic, optimistic, adventurer. With that, please enjoy this conversation with Chris Fagan.
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Links/books/people mentionedThe Expedition by Chris Fagan (Amazon) SENE Western States Endurance Run Marathon de Sables Scott Jurek R2AK Antarctic Logistics and Expeditions Lewis Clarke (16-year-old boy who walked to South Pole) Colin O'Brady (solo expedition to South Pole) Freshette (Amazon) Go Girl (Amazon) Diva Cup (Amazon) Vern Tejas
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