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The Atlantic Rising team and vehicle in Morocco from L to R Will Lorimer, Lynn Morris and Tim Bromfield (click to enlarge)
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Driving across log bridges in the no-man's land between Liberia and Cote d'Ivoire (click to enlarge)
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A ferry in Guinea (click to enlarge)
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Camping in a school yard in Liberia (click to enlarge)
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The Atlantic Rising team in Brazil from L to R Tim Bromfield Lynn Morris and Will Lorimer (click to enlatrge)
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Tim Bromfield, Lynn Morris and Will Lorimer tracing what could be the new coastline of the Atlantic in 100 years

Posted: Mar 22, 2010 08:03 pm EDT

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They met ten years ago at university, now at age 29, Tim Bromfield, Lynn Morris and Will Lorimer are driving overland along the Atlantic coast line, tracing what could be the new coastline in 100 years. They started in London, drove around the coast of West Africa to Ghana and crossed the Atlantic to Brazil for their American stage.Here follows a summary of their journey over the past six and a half months written and sent over to ExplorersWeb by Lynn MorrisMarch 21, 2010Atlantic Rising is an overland expedition tracing what...

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