The Great Wall of Antarctica

Everybody is well and we had a good first night’s sleep. We woke up to a fresh breeze and a pleasant -12 degrees Celsius temperature. We spent the day securing our base camp against the glacier wind. The tents are anchored onto the glacier and are protected by high ice-brick walls from the drifting snow. The wind weakened off as we finished building our frozen castle and our open air toilet looks like a throne with views over a kingdom of ice and snow.


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