The slang for a scientific expedition into the Antarctic field is aptly named a ‘jolly’. Not to be confused with Polartox chief investigator Prof. Dianne Jolley, who nevertheless is jolly. In the 2.5 months we were in Antarctica, we undertook 14 jollies. Boating was the most common mode of transport (8, in orange), followed by helicopter (3, yellow), foot (2, purple), and Haaglund (1, green). Our jollies totalled around 250 km and took us up and down the coastline around Casey and the nearby abandoned station, Wilkes. Check it out: