Two Minnesota men have spent their last two nights at the North Pole. Explorers Lonnie Dupre and Erik Larson are on the first-ever summer expedition to the Pole. Their mission
-- besides completing the journey -- is to bring attention to how climate changes are affecting the Arctic Polar Ice Cap. You may recall that the two set out last year, and were turned back by ice conditions that made it too difficult to continue.
But the second time was a charm, and they've been documenting their experiences with a blog, and even keep in touch with family and friends using their Palm Pilots. We reached Lonnie and Erik earlier this afternoon at the North Pole via a Satellite Phone.