Well, here we are at the middle of our season. We got our first talk today about re-deployment, meaning they're thinking about flying us back soon. In some ways it seems like we just got here, and in others, it seems like we've been here for about 6 months! If you've ever watched 'Groundhog Day', starring Bill Murray, -you can have a glimpse of what it is like here come mid-season: you get up, go to work, have breaks, off work, sleep, repeat.... --Cori and I are still having a good time here, and we are....even thinking strongly about coming back for another round soon. For those of you wondering about Cori's world, since she doesn't post as much info as I do, I have some upcoming news......Well, maybe I'll save it for my next blog post. I will be having a 'Cori Only' blog posting on my next one in the next week, which will show many pictures of the incredible telescope they've been building down here, which is almost finished. They will be setting the 'Dish' in the next few days, and once she gets the pictures of it, I'll post it here! ---Besides that, I'm deeply involved in putting the siding on the wind-ward side of the new station, and quite frankly; if you could possibly think of having the full Antarctic experience with full exposure to all the elements it can dish,--siding is one of the greatest job markets to experience that! Cori could probably say the same about her experience. Besides those trivial tidbits, we are happy, and looking forward to seeing you all again sometime soon!