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'In his early fifties and unable to find peace, Dave turned to the seclusion and hardship of Antarctic research, earning a rare and highly sort after posting to Macquarie Island and then Davis and Casey Stations. Carrying his deeply buried demons from the jungles of Vietnam to the icy peaks of Antarctica; Dave's journey fulfilled a lifelong dream, while making him feel safe for the first time in 30 years.' (Publisher's website)
Dedication: In memory of my mother, Sybil Ornsby (Cookson) Morgan.
To my wife Debra, daughter Michelle and son david.
To all the expeditioners I have served with and other expeditioners who have served Australia in South Polar Regions.
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