South Polar Times, 12th April 1911
Wednesday 12th April, 1911
Dr. E.A. Wilson, The Wind Breaks On Us In A Blizzard
About 6 a.m. the wind broke on us in a blizzard with high drift and heavy squalls. No one went out, and we hoped the other party had got in. As a matter of fact they..
Roald Amundsen, The Autumn's Work Complete
The improved outfit was in every way successful. Praises of the new tent were heard on every hand, and Prestrud and Johansen were in the seventh heaven over their double sleeping-bag. I fancy the others were very well satisfied with their single ones.
And with this the most important part of the autumn’s work came to...
Lieutenant E. Evans, Our Condition Is Not A Pleasant One
Today we were called at six to find a blizzard with a high drift making it impossible to move, so we remained in our bags until 4 p.m., when we shifted on to the narrow platform of rock situated on the south side of Little Razorback.
Apsley Cherry-Garrard, Anxious For The Returning Party
This morning as it was beginning to get light a blizzard started, and it is blowing very hard now. The large amount of snow which has fallen will make it very thick...
Tryggve Gran, The Last 24 Hours Have Been Truly Awful
Soon we will have spent 24 hours here and they have been truly awful. I don't dare to take my boots off for fear I shall not get them back on when they stiffen.