A 25m lead took up a good part of the morning. I crawled across in the drysuit before breaking through and swimming/crunching to the opposite bank. Set up a ferry using the Icetrek Nilas sleds and got Martin and Bernice across safely. In the afternoon we crossed a large shear zone of pressure which further hampered our progress. 10km today and only a small margin of westerly.
Today we had four seasons in one day. Clear, blue and still, crispy cold, overcast, wind from the south, warm and now foggy.
Selfie pic, with Martin and tent clutter.