You're complaining about a little walk from the bus to the office in today's zero-degree wind chill.
Check out this trek that I wrote about in today's Inquirer.
Gladwyne's Todd Carmichael -- co-owner of La Colombe coffee and husband of Lauren Hart -- walked about 700 miles from the coast of Antarctica to the South Pole, dragging a 250-pound sled of supplies. He arrived Sunday afternoon, about 39 days later. He's the first American to do this.
Carmichael is safe at the Amudsen-Scott station at the pole, no doubt having had a great meal and several showers. The burning question is whether Carmichael beat the record for the solo/unassisted trip, which Hannah McKeand of Britain set in 2006. She did it in 39 days, 9 hours and 33 minutes.