hi gerald…hey, some of us polies have wintered again, so donʹt give up that quickly. my first winter was in 1977, my second was in 2005. you do the math. and i hope to be back in about a month for 2008 if i can figure out how to get past those folks with white coats, dental instruments…<ǃ-- s:d --><ǃ-- s:d -->welcome aboard…hey, one thing that has been our special project is to get all of the pole w/o pictures up on the wall of the new station (which gets officially dedicated this saturday the 12thǃ) anyway, do you think youʹve got a winterover group picture around somewhere you can share with usʔʔʔso far all of the winterover pictures we have are hanging on the hall wall, but for 1973 all we have is a list of names: http://www.southpolestation.com/trivia/igy2/1973.htmlthanks…
bill,i do in fact have a winter over picture from ʹ73…. iʹll have get it out and see if i can scan it to a jpg…. when iʹve got that done, iʹll let you know and you can tell me where to send it…. i do have to wonder what happened to the picutures that were in the dome.. last time i was out there, they were all in their own little building from ʹ57 on, including the ʹ63 and ʹ73 crew… my handle at the pole was “super wrench”… take care and thanks for the reply.gw
gerald…when the navy left, most of the old photos must have disappeared, since there were very few mementos (and no group pictures) when i was there in 1977. where did you last see the photosʔanyway, we do need your picture to help complete the collection–here is the antarctic sun story about the polie rogues gallery: http://antarcticsun.usap.gov/features/contenthandler.cfmʔid=1208iʹll send you a private email about how to get the 1973 photo to the station…yaaayyyyǃ
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