South Polar Times, 1st April 1911
Saturday 1st April, 1911
Captain R.F. Scott, The Wind Is The Same To-day As Yesterday
The wind yesterday was blowing across the Ridge from the top down on the sea to the west: very little wind on the eastern slopes and practically none at Pram Point. A seal came up in our Bay and was killed. Taylor found a number of fish frozen into the sea ice—he says there are several in a small area.
Roald Amundsen, To Put Our Meteorological Station In Order
The sledges were heavily loaded when they went southward. I saw them slowly disappear over the ridge by the starting-place. It was a quiet time that followed after all the work and hurry of preparation. Not that we two who stayed at home sat still doing nothing. We made good use of the time. The first thing to be done was
Dr. E.A. Wilson, Walking Over The Bay Ice
Walked over the bay ice today, Wright killed an Emperor Penguin which weighed 90 lbs. Scott walked on sea ice from Hut Point to Pram Point.
Tryggve Gran, Marvellous Weather And 18°C Of Frost
Keohane and I went over to Castle Rock this evening.