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A broken foot didn't stop Vaidotas Digaitis completing a ride to the Arctic Circle.
Long Rider Vaidotas Digaitis, who had already travelled between the Baltic and the Black Seas, recently completed a journey from his own village, Laukuva, in Lithuania, to the Arctic Circle and back.
He left on April 25, 2012, and wrote to the Long Riders’ Guild: “My plan is to ride through the countries bordering on the Baltic Sea: Russia (Kaliningrad), Poland, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Estonia and Latvia.”
Vaidotas arrived at the Arctic Circle at the end of July.
He travelled alone with his two horses, named Kredas and Kaklys, of the endangered Lithuanian breed, Zemaitukai.
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