Wouldn't that rot your socks
I slid down to the receivers building and it was fine, but I couldn't get back out as the bliz was too high. It took me quite a while to get back out and from now on I will have to carry an ice axe so I can dig steps.
The transceiver building was fine and while there I rewired the station web camera so it is now on UPS power then I carried the really heavy oil heater back to the Cosmic ray building. Cos ray was fine and so were the towers. I took a couple of photos of the huge ice fall from a couple of days ago and by now it was blowing forty knots and minus eighteen and my thighs were burning so I legged it back to the red shed for smoko.
The large ice fall off to the west
After work I had organized an EME sked with Lance W7GJ in Montana where we would attempt to bounce radio signals off the moon to talk to each other. This was my first attempt ever and is seen as the wholly grail of radio transmission because of the distances and complexity involved. Unfortunately it was a complete disaster with me pointing in the wrong direction (I couldn't see the moon) and Lance had my location wrong. Better luck next time but EME is very complicated and extremely difficult to achieve.