Today marks exactly 102 years since Captain Robert Falcon Scott reached the South Pole. Two explorers from the West Country are on the final stretch of their expedition, retracing his steps across the Antarctic.
Ben Saunders, from Plymouth, and Tarka L'Herpiniere, who's originally from Yeovil in Somerset, are aiming to finish the journey Scott himself never completed.
It's day 85 of their expedition. Ben and Tarka are on the way home from the South Pole. 102 years on they're retracing Scott's steps on what will have been the longest unsupported polar journey in history.
The journey that Scott and his team died attempting has never been completed. Nobody has ever walked that route from the very coast of Antarctica to the South Pole and back again because it's so hostile and so far.
Ben and Tarka say they're getting closer to what Scott himself must have felt than anyone else.
That first decent meal isn't too far away now. If conditions are good they should complete the expedition on the 2nd or 3rd of February.
Watch the full report by Bob Cruwys here: