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ÿþWe also examined each table's construction and the beach tent materials used to create it. We studied its pressure points, design, and sturdiness. Then we conducted tests to determine how much sway the table had and scored them accordingly. In the end, we found steel-framed tables to be the strongest and generally the most stable. Both the Lifetime 4428 Adjustable Folding Utility Table and the GCI Outdoor Slim-Fold Cook Station employ powder-coated, steel frames . We found these two tables to be the strongest. However, the Slim-Fold didn't receive as high of marks for stability. Its fold-out design creates a base that is much more narrow than its width, creating a potentially top-heavy design, depending on the weight of the items it is holding.

Among the smaller, backpacking variety, the Helinox Table One crushed its peers in this category. Additionally, we found the Coleman Compact Aluminum Table and the Portal Outdoor Lightweight Aluminum Table to virtually have the same basic design. Each is an inexpensive, light-duty table; however, of the two, we feel the Portal has design components that make it stronger and more sturdy than the Coleman. The tables that received our highest beach shelter marks in this area are the smaller, backpacking tables like the Helinox Table One . In the cooking station category, the Mountain Summit Gear Deluxe Roll Top Kitchen is the most portable, based on its overall weight and ability to collapse for transport.

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It reminded me of a challenging team exercise to work out our team dynamics that we had been set by Loredana  who conducts the European Space Agency's psychological training programme we had all undergone in Paris those many months ago. Here we were, in extreme kmart tent conditions, fingers numb, moustaches frozen, trying to figure out the design, we gave up and resorted to a single layer with a loose ground sheet. Ice poked through the sides. Wind surged through gaps. We resorted to covering the sides with ice blocks, to pin them down and the wind out. Robbie, our IT expert who I sit next to at dinner turned to me and said in his Italian accent,  when you meet Scott's spirit, ask him why he took the ponies.' I laughed and sighed. The group were quite anxious that something bad was going to happen.

A few of the group approached me sheepishly to ask for some of my personal items in the case of the unthinkable  the laptop, banjo, but the cleverest had asked me for the pin code to my bank card. I recall a lot of things from the time I interviewed for this job. One of which was being asked how I would deal with only having the flat white horizon to see& . it can drive people mad. For me though, there was a simple answer& You can stare at the horizon for hours, even days so long as you hold different thoughts. The only thing I am worried about it my mind becoming blunted by sensory deprivation to the Antarctic sound, taste and smell. You turn to lie on one side where upon that side will slowly cool becoming very uncomfortable. Soon you turn to the other side.

Antarctica is the only continent not to have an indigenous human populations. We alongside the other 120 or so people overwintering on the continent itself, represent only tourists in the grander camping tents scale of time. I received an email from my dad, who had said that even dry ice was -60 below and when he used that for research they used gloves to touch handle it. I imagined how we had spent the night sleeping on a giant dry ice cube. It had been around the same temperature. Camping is something I would suggest to everyone. No matter whether you like the outdoors or not it's a beautiful experience that almost anyone can enjoy. Long-term camping on the other hand, that's another Image story, and a completely different experience to shorter camping trips.

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