Thursday, December 31, 2009
31 December, 1910 New Year's Eve
72 degrees 54 minutes South, 174 degrees 55 minutes East.
We are at last in the Ross Sea, but not at the end of our misfortunes. We had a horrible night.
Very rough seas with swell and wind -- the ponies are suffering terribly. We sought some pack to protect us from the rocking, but it doesn't last long.
What a year. It is a pleasure to write 1910 for the last time.
From our sounding you can see how sharply the continental shelf rises here. But where is Cape Crozier?