South Polar Times, 26th March 1911
Sunday 26th March, 1911
Captain R.F. Scott, Very Cold Wind In The Morning And Glorious Evening
Yesterday morning went along Arrival Heights in very cold wind. Afternoon to east side Observation Hill. As afternoon advanced, wind fell. Glorious evening—absolutely calm, smoke ascending straight. Sea frozen over—looked very much like final freezing, but in night wind came from S.E., producing open water all along shore.
Wind continued this morning with drift, slackened in afternoon;
Dr. E.A. Wilson, Cooked Welsh Rabbit
Fourth Sunday in Lent. Prayers read in the hut. Cooked a welsh rabbit for all hands for lunch.
After lunch up Ski Slope with Oates and Taylor. A beautiful sunset and much young ice.