Right, hi everybody well incredibly sombre mood in camp today. We really had a bad day. Last night the actually wind in the tent seemed to die down quite a lot. But, when we uncover our eyes this morning we found that the main reason for that was because the tent was almost completely buried. We had about just a glimpse of the roof not buried. And, so it took us 2 hours to dig the tent out outside. It’s really been the worse storm that we’ve been in so far. We can’t hardly stand at all, the wind was just so incredibly strong and whipping snow and so fast that it was burying the tent as quickly as we could unbury and we got to dig ourselves out which is a good job that we had the shovel inside. We basically after a couple of hours manage to free the tent and all that is anchors and we moved, we relocated about 3 or 4 meters further north from it. And, since we relocated the actual leeward side of the tent is almost totally covered again, so I’m gonna have to go out in the minute and uncover the tent. So, it’s been a very, very, very low day today really. We’re very depressed and we actually to each other for the first time. And, we knew we were losing weight but we’ve looked at each other for the first time and we are incredibly skinny. We really lost an awful lot of weight now. And, as you know we really reached the end of our half rationed limit now. We really starting to push the boundaries of whether or not it’s healthy and safe to stay on the ice cap. We are discussing it very seriously and we got to see if how many more days we can realistically hold out and still hold our energy. But, there’s also there’s so much snow and I mean I can’t begin to describe the amount of snow that has fallen. When we first put our camp up 4 or 5 days ago whenever it was, there were crevasses all around us. And, now it’s almost a totally flat plain when you’re walking around. The powder comes right up to your waist when you’re walking around which is incredibly difficult. So, we do have to consider the possibility of ice fall, snow falls and avalanches, so we’re gonna be very seriously thinking about it all this evening. Sorry, that we have got any better news we‘ll chat tomorrow.