South Polar Times, 25th March 1911
South Polar Times, Saturday 25th March 1911
Captain R.F. Scott, An Uncomfortable State Of Affairs In The Hut
We have had two days of surprisingly warm weather, the sky overcast, snow falling, wind only in light airs. Last night the sky was clearing, with a southerly wind, and this morning the sea was open all about us.
It is disappointing to find the ice so reluctant to hold;
Roald Amundsen, Saturday 25th March 1911, A Picture Of Our Life At This Time
In order to give a picture of our life as it was at this time, I will quote a day from my diary. March 25—Saturday: Beautiful mild weather, +6.8° F. all day. Very light breeze from the south-east.
Our seal-hunters—the party that came home from 81° S.—were out this morning, and
Dr. E.A. Wilson, Saturday 25th March 1911, Harbour And Arrival Heights And On To The Sulphur Cones
Went up Harbour and Arrival Heights and on to the Sulphur Cones with Wright.
Afterwards sketching—a beautiful evening with...