Birthday cake for Phil Kyle (art work by Nelia Dunbar). Lenticular clouds forming over the summit of Mt. Erebus. Why we don't like lenticular clouds forming over Erebus (trip to the hut with the bathroom in it). Rime ice forming on nearly any surface. Rime ice on ice axes. More rime ice (wind direction: right to left). Rime ice can cause serious damage to antennas and wind generator towers. Rich Karstens and Mario Ruiz installing batteries at the Truncated Cones seismic station. More Bell 212 'contrailing' at Truncated Cones. Phil Kyle and Nelia Dunbar installing an anemometer and antenna at the lower Erebus hut seismic site. Seismic vault and instrument electronics box at the lower Erebus hut seismic site. (l to r, top to bottom): Phil Kyle, Beth Bartel, Rick Aster, Rich Karstens, Bill McIntosh, Nelia Dunbar, Mario Ruiz, Rich Esser. Photographing a photographer (Rich Karstens). Beth Bartel and Phil Kyle installing a GPS monument on the caldera rim of Mt. Erebus. The 'Mac-Z' seismic station solar panels and antennas.