Tomorrow we set sail back north. But tonight we were treated to a riveting talk by Ryan Wallace. You already know Ryan as the Marine Tech who was instrumental in launching our Fish Spy. Last year he did the Traverse. Every year there is a traverse across the continent from McMurdo station to South Pole stations. The primary reason is to get fuel to the remote South Pole station. They bring other supplies as well, if needed and possible. It’s a little over 1,000 miles each way and they only go about 7-10 mph. Calculate how long that takes. I’ll let you know tomorrow. Tomorrow because we are going to have a part 2 to this one! While I don’t have the room to put in all the fantastic pictures of the all the types of vehicles and all the aspects of this grueling trip, I will give you some highlights in the next couple days. By the way, two of our boat ramp heroes are traverse veterans. Bill McCormick and Mark Eisinger have both done the trip. Tomorrow we will take a closer look at the impressive vehicles that make this brutal trek.