The historic Antarctic huts are a
little like land-borne Marie-Celeste's. There's not
quite half eaten meals on the tables, but there is very much
a sense of people having just popped out for some reason and
the expectation of their imminent return.
There are lots of stores around still, some
of them and even some of the packaging is familiar, while others
really do seem like they are out of another century.
Picture courtesy of Mike Usher
- Mike went on a Ross Sea expedition on board the Kapitan Khlebnikov
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