It doesn’t snow much at the South Pole but there is lots of snow that accumulates there, and sometimes it needs to be moved. Such was the case last week, when a digging crew was put to the task of removing old field equipment from another South Pole experiment, ARIANNA, a proof of concept for detecting high-energy neutrinos via radio waves. IceCube winterovers Martin and Josh helped out. After digging out their holes, the crew took a great “hands-in-the-air” shot with smiles all around. Those are deep holes they dug! Returning to the station, Martin rode along on the couch pulled behind on the sled—the scenic ride back.