Dear Mr. Vidmar,
We are 6th graders in Uzbekistan. We go
to Tashkent International School. We have been learning about your
expedition and we hope you have fun and are safe from the polar
bears! We will be watching your Website to see how you are doing.
William (Marshall Islands): I hope you
donít get hurt and you donít have to use your shotgun.
Kilian (Germany): I wish you luck on
your daring adventure. I hope you survive. You are a very courageous
Inbal (Israel): We will be thinking
Da Ae (S. Korea): We know you are
inspired by Galileo and Isaac Newton and we are also learning about
them. We think you also inspire us.
Oleg (Uzbekistan): I hope U have a good
Daniyal (Pakistan): Good luck!
Benno (Germany): I hope your GPS and
other equipment works. We learned how to use a GPS this week and it
was kind of hard. You seem very athletic the way you sky-dive.
Shuvodra (Bangladesh): I hope you donít
fall in the water accidentally. You are brave to travel to the North
Pole. I hope you donít get hypothermia. I hope you donít feel
lonely. If you feel lonely, remember us thinking about you.
Dilnoza (Uzbekistan): We read about
you. We wish you everything good. I think your work is very
interesting. If somebody asked us to go to the North Pole I would be
very happy to go.
Iskander (Uzbekistan): I hope your
equipment doesnít fail. You are a very optimistic person.
Alex (New Zealand): I read you are
bringing angel hair pasta with you. I hope you have a tasty sauce to
put on it! It looks like you have a lot of bags of food to carry. I
think it would be to pull tires.
Ms. Dietz (USA): I noticed you cycled
across America. I did the same a few years ago with supportóI admire
you doing it without! Thanks for sharing your experience with
students around the world. Our class is already very interested in
your expedition. Best wishes!!!