The Daily Journal of an Antarctic Explorer 1956–1958
Paperback | English
Guyon Warren was one of a small group of men who spent 15 consecutive months in the Antarctic in the late 1950s. He helped establish Scott Base, right from the construction of the first hut. However, it is with his explorations out on the ice that he made his greatest contribution. Learning about the experiences he had makes for fascinating reading.
Warren has chronicled a unique script. In it he rewards you with insights into the day-to-day conditions experienced by himself and his colleagues in the Antarctic. He is candid, revealing and honest in his thoughts and impressions.