This week at Casey

19 January 2007
Expeditioners attempting to free a Hagglunds from a slot in ice This week's (perhaps not so) "Icy" News is brought to you by John C, Shane, and Andrew. This week at Casey the weather has been tossing up some unusual events. First we had a rain (Yes! it really was rain) …

5 January 2007
Celebrating Christmas on the AA … brought to you by Marilyn Well a short news this week as we are in the middle of resupply. The ship arrived on 31st at 7.00am December after celebrating Christmas on the way here from Davis. The SL, …

2 February 2007
Expeditioner dressed in a kilt On Sat 27th January, the expeditioners of Casey were treated to exquisite and mouth watering delicacies of the celebrity chef, Shelley T. Everyone dressed themselves for the occasion in their best finery (with the exception of Steve W). The meals …

16 February 2007
Kate M sampling at the barrier (brought to you by Adam, Dave & JD) It has been another exciting week in Science, exemplified by Lisa concluding a study involving 'counting' a seemingly endless supply of rocks. The rocks, pungent and replete with tubeworms, have finally made …

9 March 2007
Expeditioner singing Our very own Man of the Pen was the highlight of the week with a song written about "The Man from Casey River", reformed to rapturous applause at our Saturday night Karaoke (or as it was promoted, "The Open Mike …

2 March 2007
Refuelling the CASAs Brought to you by Nicole, Bill & Jeremy This week at Casey had a distinct aeronautical theme. The CASAs made a special trip to the Aurora Basin, a six hour round trip from Casey, on Friday. Troy, Rod, Denis and …

23 February 2007
Ice climbing at O'Brien Bay Brought to you by Andrew, Kate M and Brad Another marvellous week was had here at Casey Station, with all the lovely people having a wonderful time working, learning new skills and when time allows, undertaking recreational pursuits. After many …

20 July 2007
Clear Skies, Red Dawn This week's news is brought to you by the Casey "Team Met", aka Juz, Brian, and Bill. The passage of time is starting to grasp the attention of the wintering expeditioners here in the Windmill Islands. Each week that goes …

13 July 2007
Early morning light over the ice Another week has passed here at Casey station. The days are now noticeably longer, affording a few of the more hardy types the chance to finally get out and explore the surrounding area. Early morning light over the rec area …

16 November 2007
Expeditioner inside wearing protective clothing This week's Casey news is brought to you by Luc DP (Expedition Mechanic). It's our second week at Casey. We have all started settling in and getting into a daily routine. The place is buzzing with activity. All of us …

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