Hey friends, I’m currently in Millinocket, ME at the AT Lodge. I arrived in Bangor yesterday afternoon and was greeted at the airport by my wonderful friend Sherian. She and I worked together for a few months in Cayman. She is a wonderful human who brought me the most amazing and unique doughnuts from herContinue reading “Prehike: Millinocket”
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Hey kids: pre- hike thoughts.
I met a few of my nieces’ friends tonight. Two out of three asked me why I was doing this hike alone? The common questions were: Won’t you be lonely? Aren’t you scared? Let’s combine the answer to both of these into one: Maybe? I would have loved to be planning/taking this trip with Robert.Continue reading “Hey kids: pre- hike thoughts.”
Gearing up for the next adventure
Hi friends! Long time no write. Sorry about that. I’ll write about my continued time on the ice (540 days total) and then my abrupt departure another time. I’ll have a long time to think about how to put it all into words while I’m taking my walk. This summer, I have been in TexasContinue reading “Gearing up for the next adventure”
Has it been a year, already?
It’s near 2300 on Monday, November 16th 2020. I am still in Antarctica. Yes, you read that right. I am still in Antarctica. Not a complaint, not a boast, simply a fact. It is now the 442nd consecutive day that I’ve been down here. I think this beats my on personal record. It’s late andContinue reading “Has it been a year, already?”
Has it been a month already?
I feel like it was just two weeks ago that I made my last post, but I guess not! Sorry about the delay. It is now approximately 0500 on Sunday 17 November 2019. We are in the time of year where the sun is up 24/7 and the temps are warming up, a little tooContinue reading “Has it been a month already?”
Just some pretty pictures
Because I promised I would in yesterday’s post.
Greetings dear readers! It is currently 01:20 on Tuesday, 15 October 2019. I am warm and cozy sitting in BL165 in our new dispatch room. The merger that we’ve all been pushing towards and sorta stressing over the past few weeks is done. We have abandoned the dispatch room at the Firehouse for the summerContinue reading “Cosmic Raspberries”
Dry skin and goodbye September!
Good morning/afternoon/evening, dear readers. It’s about 15:30 on Sunday, September 29th, 2019. I’m currently at work in what is most likely my last shift in BL182. Tomorrow is my day off and also the day that the next four dispatchers arrive. Starting Tuesday, I’ll be working over in BL165 at our new home. Last time,Continue reading “Dry skin and goodbye September!”
All of the hugs!
Good Morning, dear reader. It’s Sunday, 15 September, 2019. I am currently two weeks into season 6 in Antarctica. So here’s what’s been going on, I’ve been keeping a bit of a journal on my phone as I’ve been waiting for a chance to get on a computer and actually blog some. We (first flightContinue reading “All of the hugs!”
Season 6 – Deployment
Good morning, evening, afternoon… wherever you are. So, dear readers, it’s been a while. A very long while. But now that I have a new computer, I’ll be able to write more. And post more pictures. Right now, I’m currently in Christchurch, NZ. Specifically at the Breakfree Hotel on Cashel. I won’t post what roomContinue reading “Season 6 – Deployment”