I love the audio update, and I will use it to stay informed. Keep up the good work!
On behalf of the Alaska Chapter of The Explorers Club I send greetings and best wishes for a successful expedition. I will inform our members at our chapter event on the evening of November 7 of the goals of the expedition. We especially wish to send our greetings to Art Mortvedt, a member of the Alaska Chapter.
John Kelley, Ph.D.
Professor of Marine Science
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Chairman, Alaska Chapter, The Explorers Club
I love Antarctica. It will be interesting to see what you learn there. Keep safe.
LOVE YOU MOM!!
Hello Mrs. Main. We are so proud of you! We look forward to hearing more from your audio reports and what you are doing. You are raising the pride of the Shamrocks with this accomplishment!
Have just completed listening to all the audio updates of your expedtion. I find it not only interesting but also educational as there was not much information available in our school books in regards to Antarctica in that little school house at Deapolis. Want to wish you all success in your various endeavers on the Continent, that you will all be safe and that results of this expedition will prove positive. Oh by the way, one last note to Art–Remember your Mother’s words of years ago–”KEEP YOUR MITTENS ON”
Papa, here we are - listen to your voice. Thi is so great. Hello from Lisochka and Sonya!!!
I wish you all good luck, a safe stay, and some enjoyment to go with this fantastic endeaver! Wright microbiology student, Barbara
Hi Sindy. Just want you to know we are thinking of you and staying updated through Larry’s emails and the expedition website. Take care and stay safe and warm! John, Rindy, Justin and Sarah
Richard, I am a friend of Barbara’s and have heard a lot about you, your trips and accomplishments. Antarctica is beautiful. Good luck to you and all of your colleagues and stay warm.
Hi Sindy! Hope you are doing well. We just received an email from Larry with an update. The kids all ask when you are coming back. See you soon. Karla
hi mrs.main it’s erich brinkmeier here and we coverd alot while mrs.giuffre is here.
is it very cod out there from 7th hour happy thankgiving
we miss u and hope u come bc soon. have a good time
Hey whats up how are you doing every one is good hope your worm and i hope your haveing fun.
Hi Mrs. Main! I hope you’re having a good time in Antartica. We’re having a lot of fun in Freeport. See you soon!
Whats up we have learned to much about blood and stuff.
We all miss you and can’t wait to see you. What a wonderful time for you–we are so proud. Hurry home!
Hi Sindy!! Everyone here at the Freeport Jr High has been so excited for you and can’t wait to hear about your experiences when you get back. We miss you Have a wonderful Thanksgiving lobster dinner and we’ll see you soon!!
Hey Mrs.Main hope yor having lots of fun there.So what kinds of different animals have u seen so far?have u found anything new thats never been found yet? well stay warm! hope to hear from you soon!:)
I have been keeping track of Larry’s emails, but today was the first chance I had to visit the Web Site. I also listened to today’s live report.
You are a great inspiration to all of us here in Freeport. I feel honored to be associated with you. Thanks for the sacrifice that you have made to go on this expedition. We are indebted to you and your family.
Hope to see you soon after the 8th.
Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving! Enjoy your lobster it sounds wonderful. We all miss you and are looking forward to your return. Deb
Hey mrs.main I hope you have a good time in antarctica and we all are looking forewod that you come back saftly.And Happy Thanksgiving.and be safe I don’t won’t you to freeze to death and say Hi to the other explorers.
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Greeting and Happy Holidays
I spoke with team members just prior to their Thankgiving dinner tonight, apparently a well prepared feast all were looking forward too. They were laughing and in fine spirit, and thankful—All is well today.
For the concerned and avid watchers of this progession,
all is well and goes on. Holidays and a break-neck schedule at Untersee have slowed posting updates. Monday will be catch-up day.
We have been keeping updated with your audio, video and pictures. We look forward to your continued research results. Our best to the entire expedition.
Greetings to all at Lake Untersee,
Just caught up on the latest audio updates. Enjoyed and appreciated the more in depth description of the camp area there, Art and Mark if you are responsible for the web page updates, congratulations on an exemplary job. Our best to all of you from just west of Atlanta, GA at present.
Bob and Jan
Great narration. Keep up the good work. You have the intelligence they need. Doris
Hello to Art, Dale , & Chris. Am following your work. Keep it yp and keep in touch. John
Congratulations to all on the tremendous sucess
of the expedition.
I hear your team is getting ready to leave camp
today. Have a safe trip back to the station and
Merry Christmas to Art, Chris & Dale. Am laid up with a broken ankle. What a bummer. Good thing I have retired from active Antarctic work. You young fellows can carry on for us old OAEs. Cheers, John Annexstad
Hi Art, I am so excited that everything came together for you and the team. Many Blessings and give me a call when you return
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