Bell 212 helicopter slinging geophysical equipment into the Hooper's Shoulder seismic station. Bill McIntosh hauling a mast for a wind generator to a high spot. Rick Aster fixing a flat spot for a tilt meter and seismometer. Mario Ruiz organizing a sling net after delivery of cargo to the Hooper's Shoulder seismic station. Bell 212 contrailing with a sling load in tow. Mt. Erebus from the window of a Bell 212 helicopter. Insulated instrument box used for collecting/transmitting geophysical and meteorological data to McMurdo Station. Large battery boxes and solar panels at the Hooper's Shoulder seismic station. Rich Karstens climbing a REALLY steep hill at Hooper's Shoulder. A-Star helicopter delivering more batteries to the Hooper's Shoulder seismic station. Rich Karstens hooking a sling load up to an A-Star helicopter. Native Ecuadorian Mario Ruiz warming up the hands on the lower Erebus hut tea kettle. The elevation of Mt. Erebus is 10000+ feet. Occasional altitude sickness can be expected. Mario Ruiz and Rich Esser relax at the lower Erebus hut. The lower Erebus hut campsite.