What They Left and What They Kept: What an Antarctic Expedition Can Teach You About What’s Truly Valuable

“Do you hear that? We’ll none of us get back to our homes again.” Tom McLeod, member of the 1914 Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition, stood anxiously on the deck of the Endurance. He looked out on a nearby ice floe where ten Emperor penguins stood wailing a mournful cry. None of the ship’s twenty-eight member crew … Continue reading What They Left and What They Kept: What an Antarctic Expedition Can Teach You About What’s Truly Valuable