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17 Responses to “Christmas message from Lake Ellsworth”
Hi guys, you’re doing a great job – keep smiling. What are the odds that you’ll be having a White Christmas? Oh, and get that hole drilled too! Cheers – are the pubs open on Christams Day down there? Or the churches?
Watching your updates with great interest – you guys are the best! …. and not only in one of the toughest environments but with boiler problems – at least we can understand that back here on Dartmoor – that’s why we burn logs but I can see you may go some way for some of those! Good drilling and we shall raise a glass to you tomorrow – the Best of British!! If you do need some logs …
Merry Christmas from Seattle. Your research activities have turned a lot of attention on Antarctica. We’re still watching closely your activities and those around Antarctica. What’s at the bottom of our planet isn’t a secret anymore.
Merry Christmas and go work, lazy bones! We want you to share with us the exciting discoveries that you are going to make. We love and respect you and the good job that you are doing. Thumbs up from Italy!
Best wishes from Canada! From your recent posts, it looks like Santa has traded-in his sleigh for a Twin Otter. Great to see he was able to deliver the replacement boiler controller to all the good Ellsworth boys and girls — just in time for Christmas:)