The history made its own circle and again, we landed at Lions Rump. But, of course, it wouldn’t be that unforgiving if we didn’t meet Ania, who is going to work there this season and with whom we spent the ship cruise over one year ago.
15th of March, after almost 5 months, a double monitoring of mammals and bird on the Lions Rump (ASPA 151) came to the end. On this occasion we were taking actions to on this short time take our friends to the Station before the Polar Pioneer will arrive.
After long preparations, several approaches and many forecast verifications, we were able to swim on the Lions Rump! Yes, we visited our, both Annie, monitoring people, who have been staying there almost completely cut off from the world since the beginning of November.