Since we got back a little early, we’ll get to disembark a little early
too. Tomorrow we finish unloading all of the water samples from the
CTDs, then we should be leaving the ship in two days! It feels like it’s
all gone by so fast.
A few of us were able to sneak away from work and get off the ship for
a few hours today. It felt really nice to stand on solid ground and see
green things. We had to take our shoes off and walk in the grass for
Dominique enjoying sunshine and green grass after 5 weeks in Antarctica.
One Last Contest!
As we wrap up our research, what was your favorite thing you learned
during our expedition?
Assorted topics we learned about during the NBP1503 research cruise.
Comment on this journal entry with a short description of your favorite
thing you learned during our expedition. Your comment will enter you
into the contest and winners will be randomly drawn from eligible
comments. You can enter as a class, family, or individually. The winner
will get an awesome Antarctic Tote Bag. Be sure to get your entries in
by May 3rd!
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