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8. four Natives on a piece of ice with the four kayaks and a dead Walrus, the Sea was breaking on the ice; and wetting them. Soon it would have gone to pieces; but we got them just in time. And people say there is no such thing as luck? We anchored in the Cove on the North Side of the Cape. The Glacier had changed alot since first we went there to build up the monument. We were again fortunate in doing it when we did. For the face of the Glacier had changed and it would have been much more difficult now to have tried hauling supplies up it. The wind blew a gale on the top; and the dense white fog made it impossible to take worth while pictures. Most all the Lads went to the Top. David Nutt and [[Balt Gastens?]], Second Engineer, went gathering the
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