South Polar Times, 30th March 1911
Thursday 30th March 1911
Captain R.F. Scott, The Ice Holds South Of Hut Point
The ice holds south of Hut Point, though not thickening rapidly—yesterday was calm and the same ice conditions seemed to obtain on both sides of the Glacier Tongue. It looks as though the last part of the road to become safe will be the stretch from Hut Point to Turtleback Island. Here the sea seems disinclined to freeze even in calm weather. To-day there is more strong wind from the east. White horse all along under the ridge...
Dr. E.A. Wilson, Out Sketching All Afternoon — Fiery Sunset
Out sketching afternoon—fiery orange sunset. Ice all out again to Hut Point. At Cape Armitage it is 8 inches thick.
Two Antarctic rorquals are often seen just now...
Tryggve Gran, Morning Storm & Deep-Frozen Meat
Storm this morning and I had to postpone my trip to Pram Point.
Incidentally, there is only one meat left now, and...