Notable geologists—they’re just like us! During her second trip to Antarctica in 1981-82, Dr. Ursula Marvin described her field work and everything in between, which often included some very relatable content. One of her colleagues told her she snored. She fell asleep during an introductory lecture. And she had a beer with colleagues at the end of a long day. Assist a group of volunpeers in transcribing her notes from the Antarctic Search for Meteorites expedition, during which the seven-member crew collected hundreds of meteorite specimens.