Electrician/Emergency Response Team/Fort Knox Manager/Number 1 Maroons supporter
Cody, I know you summered here at Davis in 2010/11. What brought you back to Antarctica?
What is it like being a sparkie here?
If not a sparkie, what job would you do?
Doctor or geologist. (Taking a lead from the girls on station I see Cody)
What is the best part of your job?
Finishing a job well done, and the bonus is if it works. No really, smoko (aka hot breakfast), lunch and knock off.
What has been your best experience in Antarctica so far?
Winning the State of Origin again and knowing how bad the blues felt. That’s eight in a row.
If you were granted one wish, what would it be?
To have no electricity.
What have you learned about living in our little Davis family over the winter Cody?
Don’t trust anyone. (Goodness me! I think we will have to work on some of these trust issues Cody!)
Now Cody, if you where a car, what would you be? (I’m thinking golf buggy perhaps?)
The EWP (elevated work platform)…nothing out of reach.
Cody, how tough is it being the custodian of Fort Knox (station alcohol store) and has anyone tried to pull anything dodgy on you?
My advice, keep good with the Doc. She has the most. (Hmmm…)
I know that the two generators in the emergency powerhouse are referred to as Bonnie and Clyde. Do you have names for the four generators in the main power house?
Engines 1, 2, 3, 4.
What is your favourite bit of equipment here and why?
Cody, you have organised the NRL tipping competition for us this year. How is that going on a professional and personal level?
People that know the least do the best.
Apart from being reunited with your gorgeous wife and children, what is in store when you return home Cody?
…sometimes I just need a hug.
Cody, as always, a man of few words. If you really need a hug we can book one in.