Mr. Tines wrote:In 1930 an expedition in wooden boats reached the coast of Antarctica south of Australia. An attempt to replicate the expedition (in a modern ship) has become stuck in the ice tens of miles offshore and three different icebreakers have failed to reach them. But they're now going to be airlifted off when the weather improves.
Hearing about this keeps reminding me of the Shackleton Expedition, as the the 100th anniversity is this year.
Also from Australia -- is there nothing duct tape can't do?
It is the handyman's secret weapon.