This week at Casey
3 May 2013 – All on one page
This week we revisit Aaron at the Greenstore, Chad talks about the best thing about live in Antarctica, a surprise return of a flight of Snow Petrels and we remember those who have fallen on ANZAC day.
26 April 2013 – All on one page
"Bond, James Bond" and "Vodka Martini, shaken, not stirred" have been quoted close to a hundred times during our themed Saturday night. The search and rescue team went out on a quick refresher training and the picture gallery of the week is by Jukka Pirhonen.
19 April 2013 – All on one page
This week at Casey as "Winter is coming", Viking Matt is back with a poem and we join Doug with the all important cane line maintenance. Finally we share the picture gallery of the week by Ben.
12 April 2013 – All on one page
In the fight between good (the doc) and evil (the chef), the culinary king has his say. We also visit an automatic weather station (AWS) near Browning and battened down the hatches for a blizzard. Finally we revitalised our happy birthday sign for the public web cam.
29 March 2013 – All on one page
Like a peacock showing off its tail feathers, we show off our growing beards as a salute to Antarctic explorers of the past. We also visit the elephant seals at Browning and we conjured up a solution to our depleting stock of a precious commodity that we call soap. Finally we share the picture gallery of the week by Leon.
22 March 2013 – All on one page
Sharpen the darts, polish the snooker balls and set up the table! The Casey Olympics have officially started! This week we also venture off to Browning peninsula to see the sights, Matty talks about life and everything plus we share the picture gallery of the week by Tim.
15 March 2013 – All on one page
This week we visit Aaron at the green store, take a look in a day in a life of a station leader, pack away Wilkins aerodrome for the winter and introduce our weekly picture gallery.
1 March 2013 – All on one page
This week at Casey, a communication technical officer (CTO) takes to the skies, 40 metres off the ground, and we see what some of the wintering expeditioners are doing after the last flight.