Last week National Geographic Explorer stopped near Phipps Island in the Sjuøyane group, where we often disembark to explore during our Land of the Ice Bears expedition. At a rescue hut behind the beach, our guests discovered a crate with a note offering a $100 reward upon delivery to Svalbard’s capital Longyearbyen. A little investigation revealed it was left behind by the ARAT 2012 Expedition, two men who recently traveled 55 days overland from the North Pole. They rested at the hut two days before continuing on. The crate was delivered yesterday. (No word on whether our staff accepted the $100 reward.) See more in the Daily Expedition Report; or see the High Arctic for yourself on Land of the Ice Bears.