Monthly Archives: December 2013

AN ANTARCTIC CHRISTMAS

GREETINGS FROM HOLTANNA GLACIER EXPEDITION On 12/26, Sue called from the balmy white desert in T-shirt weather after an epic storm with 5 days of winds gusting between 60-100 mph. When the blowing snow cleared, assessment of the aircraft showed … Continue reading

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HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM ANTARCTICA

Sue sends greetings from the icy desert. She reports the crew of twelve is doing well. Occasional minor injuries, but all members are in good health, making her medical work easy. She is working hard assisting in aircraft projects and … Continue reading

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ANTARCTICA CALLING

A Report from Expedition Base Camp on Holtanna Glacier in Antarctica The camp is buzzing with activity and progress. Following a lot of digging and burning out numerous chainsaws by using them to cut through ice to free the trapped … Continue reading

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“GOOD MORNING FROM ANTARCTICA”

A Satellite Phone Update – from the bottom of the earth Sue surprised us this morning with a phone call from Expedition Base on Holtanna Glacier Antarctica.  A number of us had met for coffee and scones at the Coffee … Continue reading

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THE VOICE FROM ANTARCTICA

12/2/13 REPORT FROM SUE  Sue called home via her satellite phone connection. The 360 degree views from Holtanna Glacier expedition site is a shimmering white desert-like setting with stark 2,000 foot sheer rock walls of light brown with pink quartz … Continue reading

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