–From Apsley Cherry-Garrard’s diary, quoted [from Hut Point, where he had been recovering from his recent trip south, and after Atkinson had come in empty-handed] in “The Worst Journey in the World” — “We have got to face it now. The Pole Party will not in all probability ever get back. And there is no … More April 4, 1912: A hard truth becoming clearer. . . .
–from his book “The Worst Journey in the World”– “March 25. The wind came away yesterday evening, first S.W. and then S.E. but not bad, though very thick. It was a surprise to see the Western Mountains this morning, and I believe it has been a good day on the Barrier, though it is still … More March 25, 1912: Cherry Garrard at Hut Point, waiting for Scott to return