12 February 2014 Third day at orientation

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Cold

Hi Armando, Does it feel very cold in Fairbanks? Do you think it will feel the same at south pole?

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Not really, the temperature it is pretty comfortable provided you have the right clothing. And yes, the South Pole averages around -28 C (-18 F) in January, which is pretty similar to what we have been experiencing here this week in Fairbanks. Of course, the wind chill factor is to be taken account of at the South Pole, but I do not think it will be that different.

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Fotos.

Hola Primo, estupendas fotos. Cuando tengas detalles de los trabajos nos los dejas saber.

Saludos y exito.

Gerardo.

Re: [PolarTREC] February 12, 2014 Third day at Orientation

Gracias, primo. Me alegra saber que has disfrutado las fotos, y agradezco el apoyo. Es muy grato recibir tus saludos aquí en Alaska, y saber que estás leyendo los diarios. Sí, luego publicaré detalles sobre los trabajos. ¡Seguiremos!

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I imagine you have a new

I imagine you have a new perspective on "cold" weather. Gorgeous scenery, thanks for sharing.
Have fun!!!

Gretchen

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I imagine you have a new

I imagine you have a new perspective on "cold" weather. Gorgeous scenery, thanks for sharing.
Have fun!!!

Gretchen

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Yes, you do get a perspective! And the scenery is absolutely impressive. You do have to see it in person, as the pictures simply do not do it justice. Thanks for posting, Gretchen!

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Happy Travels!

My name its Elizabeth and saw your link in one of your cousin Eunice's wall post. Wishing you the safest, most informative and full adventure and wonder, on your honor and trip, the South pole. I lived in Colorodo, by the Glendwood Springs Canyon where I went to college, and to me the weather, in small increments and the right clothing, its toleable as you said. And the views and fresh air... Makes it all worth it. Continued blessings to you and yours. www. travelinghugs. com

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Happy Travels!

My name its Elizabeth and saw your link in one of your cousin Eunice's wall post. Wishing you the safest, most informative and full adventure and wonder, on your honor and trip, the South pole. I lived in Colorodo, by the Glendwood Springs Canyon where I went to college, and to me the weather, in small increments and the right clothing, its toleable as you said. And the views and fresh air... Makes it all worth it. Continued blessings to you and yours. www. travelinghugs. com

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