12 September, 1994
Second day out...seas are a bit more rough. I woke feeling queasy, but managed to eat breakfast and work out in the gym. It's slow around here due to the fact that we are only in transit to the ice. I'm sure that I will be dying for some free time in a couple of weeks, so I should take advantage now.
I borrowed Jane's book containing NSF News clips, and looked for arcticles of interest. Shawn (NSF Student awardee), Stephanie (Martin's assistant), and Dave were watching a movie, so I had some company. I am progressing rather slowly through the historical "The Last Place On Earth", describing Scott and Amundsen's competition to reach the pole.
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