There are 58 days left before I start off on my trans-Icelandic run!
Spring has finally arrived — our long (long) winter’s snows are receding into the shadows as the streams and rivers swell and crocuses unfurl in the warming sun.
Soon, Orion and I will be setting off on our adventure in Scandinavia–from Bergen to Copenhagen to Reykjavik–and at 8:00 am on June 15th, I’ll take a last look at Iceland’s southern coast and turn northward toward the Kjölur plateau, some 60 miles inland, and to Thingeyrar, where I hope to arrive by the middle of that week.
As the months of training and planning start to come down to weeks and days, I’ve been looking ahead to after the run–to how I can best share the story of Climate Run and of climate resilience among the outdoor recreation community and among athletes the world over.
Part of telling the story will include photos and video to complement the presentations, web, and print publications that I have started to plan (already scheduled are talks in Denmark, Iceland, and across New England in late summer).
I am appealing to friends and supporters once again before setting off on this Great Adventure to help me tell the story of climate resilience, of the trans-Icelandic run to help us grow a resilience among the athletic and outdoor recreation community.
How can you help?
There are 4 ways you can help with this final push:
- Contribute to the ongoing GoFundMe campaign! Even $1 will help…and for $5 I’ll send you a personal thank you and a Climate Run sticker!
- Buy a 100% recycled U.S. made t-shirt from Atayne. $10 of every purchase goes directly to Climate Run!
- Use the link on right side of this page to make a direct donation via PayPal.
- Spread the word! Share the story of Climate Run on Twitter, Facebook, and everywhere else you can think of!
Thanks so much for all the support!
-Pavel (& Dragon : )