Drilling for Shackleton's well-chilled whisky

8:17 a.m. on November 16, 2009 (EST)
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A vintage McKinlay's bottle of the same era. Shackleton's may a bit worse for wear. Shackleton buffs take note. Two crates of McKinlay's “Rare Old Whisky” have been buried in the Antarctic ice for a century, 97 miles shy of the South Pole. Adding to the aptly-named Scotch 's prestige is the fact that it was left behind by legendary explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton when he was forced to ...

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4:03 p.m. on November 20, 2009 (EST)
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Re: Drilling for Shackleton's well-chilled whiskey

Oh, Yummy! Where exactly is that hut? LOL

6:51 p.m. on November 20, 2009 (EST)
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.....and the race is on.

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