I will still be a winter over at Pole as an electrician (just not as foreman)
McMurdo sounds pretty good as a winterover station though .
I’m really looking forward to the journey.
The outward bound course and the fire training will be fun and I live right here in Colorado so I won’t have far to go for that.
I have a ton of work to do before then like finishing my house, building loafing sheds for our llamas, a goathouse for the goats, A lot of fence to repair, a years worth of hay to haul, I’ll be glad to get to Pole to rest up .
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[font=Arial, Helvetica, Sans Serif:v91rano3]From: [/font:v91rano3][font=Arial, Helvetica, Sans Serif:v91rano3]mike+lorie[/font:v91rano3] Well you are in the system now. Good luck and don’t be surprised if you don’t get the winterover job after all. You might ask to be put on a McMurdo alternate list as well. They ran short of electricians at the last moment here and had to go to New Zealand with a week to go before station close to fill the positions.