Scott Polar Research Institute
Department of Geography, University of Cambridge
Evening.– Loom of land and Cape Saunders Light blinking.
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I’m enjoying this diary and think it was a great idea to publish as a blog. Just one thing would make it better – if there were a map to go with each diary entry, not knowing the places Scott talks about makes it difficult to visualise. If it’s possible, it would be a very nice addition.
Agree with David Payne, a rough idea of the geography would assist.
An exellent idea of David Payne’s.
Thanks for the feedback: we are planning to include Google Maps where Captain Scott give co-ordinates. In future, I will try to include some other links where some locations are identified.
Really enjoying the daily updates!