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The gale abated last night so Crawford and I took a load
to the other camp. Found that Galle had got thru the gale
with nothing more serious than his tent blowing down.
Did not see a track of anything. Fresh freeze from the E.

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min -8.0

Blowing a strong breeze from the East and snowing, and as Maurer and
I felt a little under the weather we did not go to the other camp.

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min 8.0

Crawford and I took a load to the other camp today. Saw 3 or 4
fresh fox tracks. There is no snow X suitable for blocks near the
new house and the ground is nearly bare. As things look now
it will be some time before we will be able to cover the roof and
sides. Galle has been stocking wood and he says that there is a
large amount within a mile of the house. Blowing a light
breeze from the East. Clear & cold.

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min -7.5

Crawford and I took a load to the other camp today. Saw a
couple of fresh fox tracks. Galle has been stacking wood. Maurer
packing things ready for moving. Slightly cloudy. Light breeze
from the E. We have 26 boxes of hard bread left and about
3 weeks of dog feed. A large amount of seal oil left.

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min -14

Crawford and I took a load to the other camp. A bear had
crossed our trail some time since yesterday coming from the
land and going to sea. One fresh fox track. Clear, and
light breeze from E. Crawford rigged up a box for getting
sights on stars. to rate his watch.

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