Nexus Expedition Journal - 2006
Trekked 185 kilometers (115 miles) from Nome to Wales, Alaska with Karl Bushby.
Completed Bering Strait Crossing in 320 kilometers (200 miles) successfully with Karl Bushby, trekking, skiing and swimming from one ice surge to the next, amongst spotted seals and polar bears. First Eastbound crossing completed in modern times. Recognition from National Geographic, and Seattle declares June 23rd 'Dimitri Kieffer Day'...

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National Geographic Adventure Magazine publishes "New World of Cool".
National Geographic Adventure Magazine publish - "How to walk on water from Alaska to Russia (Across the Bering Strait)"
City of Seattle Proclamation "Dimitri Kieffer Day" June 23rd
Friday June 23, 2006 - 47.6097° N, 122.3331° W
Gregory Nickels proclaims June 23rd "Dimitri Keiffer Day" in recognition of Dimitri Keiffer and Karl Bushby being the first men to successfully cross the Bering Strait from Wales, Alaska to Uelen, Russia.
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