Graham Stratford and Mark Cullum take a well earned break from creating an ice ramp for the team’s machine to make its launch into the Bering Straits tomorrow. By digging a snow hole they have managed to get out of the wind to stay a little bit warmer. Both screws are now on Snowbird 6 which is ready to begin the sea trials, before making the record breaking attempt. Meanwhile Rupert Wilbraham is in Anadyr, Russia working hard to finalise the team’s permissions.
27 March 2002
By icechallenger|2020-01-13T14:09:16+00:00March 27th, 2002|