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    The Amazing Shrinking Man
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    Antarctica? Yup, shur-nuff!....A guy named Seth!

    This you have to check out! http://www.sethwhite.org/mountain%20biking.htm for a story on the HARD CORE! Mountain biking in Antarctica, with pictures too! I found this looking for the ultimate MTB getaway and it looks like Seth truly pulled it off! I'm jealous! I'll try to upload one of the images, but it might be too big. Photo attribution to Seth White from his page URL is above
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    Nice website, BTW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stormcrowe
    Enquiring minds......how do you get a job with Raytheon down there in Antarctica? I have 25 years driving truck in extreme conditions and isolated areas. The only continent I haven't worked is Antarctica! I'd like to fix that discrepency!
    Forum jumping eh?

    Should be pretty easy, they probably hire more heavy equip operators than anything. Follow the links in that website to Raytheon Polar Services Company. They're in Denver and I expect are hiring like mad now for next season.

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    Yeah, I followed your link, been there......

    Quote Originally Posted by icegeek
    Forum jumping eh?

    Should be pretty easy, they probably hire more heavy equip operators than anything. Follow the links in that website to Raytheon Polar Services Company. They're in Denver and I expect are hiring like mad now for next season.
    What can I say, it'll let me fill out my resume with a job on the ONLY continent I haven't driven on. Not only that, I can take my trusty MTB and join the Antarctic Mountain Bike Club! You know, small club, limited membership! (personal experience on your part, right?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by stormcrowe
    (personal experience on your part, right?)



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