Saturday, December 29, 2007

Dec. 29




Yup - we're the luckiest people in the world.


The afternoon before we left Antarctica the captain stopped the ship in the middle of the Gerlache Strait so we could watch 7 humpback whales feeding on krill around the ship. It was amazing! Then we braced ourselves to enter the Drake Passage, but once again, we shouldn't have worried, the crossing was relatively smooth.


We are now back in Ushuaia finalizing our research projects - we will post more info soon. Thought you'd like to see a photo of the group in Antarctica on Cuverville Island.

2 comments:

katy said...

...that must have been amazing to watch 7 humpback whales feeding! glad you made it safely back to argentina.

Jorge said...

I have enjoyed your blogs very much! Glad to hear you guys are back safely. Thanks for keeping us posted!
I am off to Seattle before you guys get to El Paso. Hope to see you soon in the Northern Hemisphere! Don't forget to check Craig's bag, he is known to bring some animal parts... j/k Safe travels!