Snow is melted for drinking water. Volcanic ash and rocks settle to the bottom of the melt pot. Installation of the lower Erebus hut seismic station. Rick Aster standing in front of the lower Erebus hut seismometer/tilt meter vault. Tiltmeter (left) and seismometer (right) inside the protective vault. The 2002 Erebus crew. No lock on the bathroom door. Okay, slightly disgusting, but now you know where we do it. Rich Karstens after rappeling into the Mt. Erebus crater. Dr. Ken Sims on the floor of the Mt. Erebus crater. Dr. Ken Sims on the floor of the Mt. Erebus crater. The occasional storm on Mt. Erebus can make life miserable. Rich Esser prepares for travel to the other hut (during a storm). Bill McIntosh prepares for travel to the other hut (during a storm). Cracks in the door of the new Erebus hut mean a dusting of snow over everything when the wind picks up. Rich Karstens scales the radio repeater tower at Truncated Cones to repair a broken antenna cable.