|Vegetation Island, named for the lichen that apparently grows there|
|Our camp cook tent|
|Master driller Dale|
|The hot water drill system with drill hose in the foreground, water basins, pump and heaters|
|Jin Suk, our Korean helper, finds hot water drilling very exciting!|
|The Eisenhower Range. Note the drifting snow plumes over the mountains.|
|Camp with impressive snow drifts in the background.|
|The valley in the center is filled by snow drifts that must be well over 100 m high.|
One day a penguin decided to visit our camp and he stuck around for about 24 hours. The penguin was molding; during that time they cannot go in the water. Why they wander so far onto the iceshelf is anybody's guess.
During one night of drilling we were treated to a full moon rising in the midnight sun.
|The completed AMIGOS II station.|
|While we were drilling, other science activities occurred in this area. This is a helicopter with three booms that house radar antennas doing ice thickness surveys.|
|The Jang Bogo station on our return trip with the Campbell Ice Tongue and Mt. Melbourne in the background.|