Friday 27th January – deconstructing the temporary camps


Today I got up a little later than usual and finished off the report, which covered the final inspection of the modules post re-location but also other miscellaneous areas of work that had been raised in passing on the project. At today’s situation report at 11am we were advised that the ship would arrive later today with the intention to start taking away cargo and people. This is done so that the temporary camps can be deconstructed, and the only way to do this work is to reduce numbers occupying these camps.  We’re also advised that my flight is on the way and due to arrive around 6.30pm.

In the afternoon a few of the team finished off the stairs to the communications caboose.

The BAS chief engineer and I had a drink or two and got the relocation project t-shirt and badge.