BTW, today for Passport Members, you’ll get to see the full slew of all my photos from this amazing continent as well as links to many behind-the-scenes videos.
I bet you haven’t seen ALL of my photos from Antarctica. I’ve only published about 25 on the blog but there are a lot more than that. So, if you want to see them all visit this link.
I believe I’ve published about 6 or 7 videos for Passport members… today I’m sharing one of my favorites with a couple of minutes of extra footage mixed in for those who have seen it before. And, click here if you want to access the Antarctica videos from the Passport archives.
Daily Photo – Stuck in Shackleton’s Hut
Stu Robertson (pictured here, looking mysterious) and I were dropped off for the day by our helicopter friend (a Kiwi named Hannibal – PERFECT name for a chopper pilot). We were worried we would not have enough time to explore the area, but we ended up here for over 12 hours. We actually had no idea if we would be picked up or not and thought about curling up in one of these beds for the night. They really didn’t want us to touch anything inside, but they technically did not say you couldn’t sleep on things. I know, it’s a bit of a loose loophole, but worth considering all the same!