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  1. 13:48, 2 May 2015 ‎Curator Deirdre Mitchell marks the end of the season by climbing a pole (hist) ‎[5,190 bytes] ‎Sarah (Talk | contribs) (New page: The end-of-season Blog by Curator Deirdre Mitchell I am writing this blog from the bridge of the FPV Pharos SG, which can only mean we have reached the end of another season at the South ...)
  2. 17:38, 17 March 2015 ‎Curator Deirdre Mitchell has finished the redisplay of the Carr Maritime Gallery (hist) ‎[3,935 bytes] ‎Sarah (Talk | contribs) (New page: It’s been a short month, but a very busy one here at South Georgia Museum. For me the slightly quieter ship schedule has given me the chance to tackle one of my biggest tasks for this s...)
  3. 17:12, 20 February 2015 ‎Young visitor Jack Barnes wrote a poem after going on the South Georgia Museum Whaling Station Tour (hist) ‎[3,076 bytes] ‎Sarah (Talk | contribs) (New page: Over the course of the summer we see quite a few yachts and at the end of January sailing boat s/v Sila popped in to Grytviken. On board were parents Molly and Chis, their two sons, Porter...)
  4. 16:50, 20 February 2015 ‎Young visitor Jack Barnes wrote a poem after going on the South Georgia Museum Whaling Station Tour. We thought it was so good we wanted to share it with you (hist) ‎[2,917 bytes] ‎Sarah (Talk | contribs) (New page: Over the course of the summer we are visited by quite a few yachts and at the end of January sailing boat ''s/v Sila'' sailed into Grytviken. On board were parents Molly and Chris Barnes, ...)
  5. 13:55, 13 February 2015 ‎Museum Assistant Rachel Morris tell about an unusual Night at the Museum (hist) ‎[3,697 bytes] ‎Sarah (Talk | contribs) (New page: Having started the year in traditional style, we were grateful for a day off before getting back to our busy ship schedule which included Seabourne Quest, our biggest vessel of the year. W...)
  6. 12:50, 5 February 2015 ‎And we're off; but can we have a gun please. SG Director Sarah Lurcock writes at the start of the new season with an update to the end of the year (hist) ‎[3,976 bytes] ‎Alison (Talk | contribs) (New page: The shop stock for the summer being moved to the Museum.The tourist season started early this year, with four cruise ships and several yachts in October, so...)
  7. 12:46, 5 February 2015 ‎The new museum season has started. Read what the team have been up to by Sue Edwards (hist) ‎[6,225 bytes] ‎Alison (Talk | contribs) (New page: After a pleasant sail from the Falkland Islands the new Museum team arrived at King Edward Point on Friday 30 September. Liz Adams, buyer for the gift shop and museum assistant, and her hu...)
  8. 12:41, 5 February 2015 ‎Museum Assistant Sue Werner reports on all the events in a busy January at the South Georgia Museum (hist) ‎[7,697 bytes] ‎Alison (Talk | contribs) (New page: KE Cove from Orca Peak HAPPY NEW YEAR from all of us at the South Georgia Museum. “Now where to start” its been such...)
  9. 12:38, 5 February 2015 ‎Museum Assistant Henrick Løvendahl writes of events in February as the season draws to a close (hist) ‎[5,571 bytes] ‎Alison (Talk | contribs) (New page: Grytviken looking east. With February being a slightly shorter month it feels like time has gone way to fast. Despite having fewer visits by cruise ships w...)
  10. 12:36, 5 February 2015 ‎SGHT Director SG Sarah Lurcock rounds up the 2011/12 season with the news from March (hist) ‎[6,716 bytes] ‎Alison (Talk | contribs) (New page: The South Georgia Museum looks smart after the GSGSSI building team refreshed its external paintwork this summer. Having got various members of the Museum ...)
  11. 12:33, 5 February 2015 ‎And we're off; but can we have a gun please. SG Director Sarah Lurcock writes at the start of the new season (hist) ‎[3,976 bytes] ‎Alison (Talk | contribs) (New page: The shop stock for the summer being moved to the Museum.The tourist season started early this year, with four cruise ships and several yachts in October, so...)
  12. 12:29, 5 February 2015 ‎There is a dead rat in the cellar… Thomas Kennedy, the Curatorial Intern rounds up events from November (hist) ‎[4,837 bytes] ‎Alison (Talk | contribs) (New page: ...Don’t worry though patrons and donors to the Habitat Restoration Project, this rat had been dead a while! Sarah even stated her desire it to make part of our Museum Collection. Hopefu...)
  13. 12:27, 5 February 2015 ‎Museum Assistant Gemma French brings us to date to the end of the year (hist) ‎[5,008 bytes] ‎Alison (Talk | contribs) (New page: ‘Tis the season to be very, very, very...Busy! Gemma above MaivikenAlthough December started off with a quiet period the busy Christmas season took ho...)
  14. 12:19, 5 February 2015 ‎Volunteer Sam Moore writes about the varied experiences he has had during his month helping out at the Museum (hist) ‎[5,714 bytes] ‎Alison (Talk | contribs) (New page: thumb Hello there, my name is Sam. I came to South Georgia to load bait for the SGHT Habitat Restoration Project but for the last month I've had the hon...)
  15. 12:16, 5 February 2015 ‎Museum Assistant Darren Blanche on the return of Team Rat and an overview of the museum events in February (hist) ‎[5,523 bytes] ‎Alison (Talk | contribs) (New page: Museum Assistant Darren Blanche brings us up to date for February 2013 with news of some of our trustees, the arrival of “Team Rat” and the amazing re-enactment of Ernest Shackleton’...)
  16. 16:57, 3 January 2015 ‎Museum Assistant Sheri Bluestein writes about our busy Christmas period (hist) ‎[2,647 bytes] ‎Sarah (Talk | contribs) (New page: December was an exceptionally busy and exciting month for the museum team. We had our busiest cruise ship week of the season during Christmas, but prior to that, we were fortunate enough ...)
  17. 17:25, 5 December 2014 ‎Curator Deirdre starts tackling her huge range of tasks (hist) ‎[4,514 bytes] ‎Sarah (Talk | contribs) (New page: Image:Example.jpg[Photo of Ellie Pups beside Albatros] Another month has flown by here at the museum! The elephant seal (ellie) pups are getting fatter, the fur seals have been arrivi...)
  18. 16:11, 4 November 2014 ‎A new museum team arrive ready for a busy summer ahead (hist) ‎[3,973 bytes] ‎Sarah (Talk | contribs) (New page: It’s a new season with a new team at the South Georgia Museum and all has started in fine style. The number of cruise ships visiting this season is substantially up on last season: 64 bo...)
  19. 14:21, 29 May 2014 ‎Can you help the South Georgia Museum with your old photographs? Posted May 29th 2014 (hist) ‎[1,753 bytes] ‎Sarah (Talk | contribs) (New page: The South Georgia Museum are looking for photos taken inside the old whaling stations stores at Grytviken Whaling Station before 1982...namely the Engineering Workshop and the Main Store (...)
  20. 19:33, 11 March 2014 ‎Museum Assistant Josie Clark on film crews, yacht visitors, pipits and whales (hist) ‎[2,928 bytes] ‎Sarah (Talk | contribs) (New page: Josie working on the ''Albatros'' propeller.Greetings from a sunny South Georgia! Believe it or not we’ve had some really hot... yes, I did say hot......)
  21. 18:47, 6 March 2014 ‎Museum Assistant Josie Clark on film crews, yacht visitors, pipits and whales... (hist) ‎[2,923 bytes] ‎Sarah (Talk | contribs) (New page: Greetings from a sunny South Georgia! Believe it or not we’ve had some really hot... yes, I did say hot... days this month! It’s also been a much quieter month on the cruise ship front...)
  22. 18:29, 5 February 2014 ‎Museum Assistant Kris Allan on the events of January at the South Georgia Museum (hist) ‎[2,885 bytes] ‎Sarah (Talk | contribs) (New page: Greetings from a sunny South Georgia! Looking back to the start of January it’s hard to believe how many guests we welcomed through the Museum doors! We had a very busy, but enjoyable,...)
  23. 01:09, 28 December 2013 ‎'Tis The Season! (hist) ‎[4,143 bytes] ‎Sarah (Talk | contribs) (New page: 'Tis The Season! by SGHT Artist In Residence, Anthony SmithImage:PHOTO 1 (King Penguins).jpg leftThe weather in South Georgia is truly...)
  24. 12:06, 9 December 2013 ‎South Georgia Museum auctions stunning albatross sculpture (hist) ‎[545 bytes] ‎Alison (Talk | contribs) (New page: Sculptor Anthony Smith who is volunteering at the museum this season has generously donated a superb bronze of an albatross to the SGHT Habitat Restoration project. The albatross will be a...)
  25. 17:07, 6 December 2013 ‎Getting going for the new season (hist) ‎[5,249 bytes] ‎Sarah (Talk | contribs) (New page: It has been almost exactly a month since I, Suzanne, and our two Museum Assistants, Josie and Kris, arrived at Grytviken. It was a long journey down - one which involved a day’s drive fr...)
  26. 19:18, 5 April 2013 ‎Louise survives another storm and it is goodbye to the museum team. (hist) ‎[4,465 bytes] ‎Sarah (Talk | contribs) (New page: The summer tourist season is tailing off, with five cruise ship visits in March and just a couple more to the end of the season. The last one will be Plancius on April 7th. That means our ...)
  27. 18:14, 11 March 2013 ‎Museum Assistant Darren Blanche on the return of Team Rat and an overview of the museum events in February. (hist) ‎[5,523 bytes] ‎Sarah (Talk | contribs) (New page: Museum Assistant Darren Blanche brings us up to date for February 2013 with news of some of our trustees, the arrival of “Team Rat” and the amazing re-enactment of Ernest Shackleton’...)
  28. 19:44, 13 February 2013 ‎Volunteer Sam Moore writes about the varied experiences he has had during his month helping out at the Museum. (hist) ‎[5,714 bytes] ‎Sarah (Talk | contribs) (New page: Hello there, my name is Sam. I came to South Georgia to load bait for the SGHT Habitat Restoration Project but for the last month I've had the honour of volunteering at the Museum here. To...)

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