Title: been wondering why we’ve been wasting all this time
Pairing: Katie/Jenna
Word Count: ~14k
Rating: pg-13
Summary: What happened behind the scenes during Danger by Deception Island, or: the real reason Katie and Jenna were feuding.

You’ve heard of it’s locked, now get ready for...

It’s blocked

It’s chalked

It’s clocked

It’s crocked

It’s docked

It’s flocked

It’s gawked

It’s jocked

It’s knocked

It’s mocked

Ist nacht

It’s oct

It’s rocked

It’s shocked

It’s smocked

It’s socked

It’s squawked

It’s stalked

It’s stocked

It’s talked

It’s walked

It’s Xoc’ed

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Deception Island is the caldera of an active volcano in the South Shetland Islands archipelago, just off the Antarctic Peninsula. It is a very popular stop on expeditions such as ours as it is the most suitable place to do the highly anticipated Polar Plunge, which I have now done three times and do not feel the need to do ever, ever again. It’s also a great place for a hike around the various craters and is home to a number of interesting ruins, like a derelict aircraft hangar, rusting boilers and tanks.

Even though historically it was used as a refuge from storms and ice, it is pretty much always terrible, dreary weather at Deception Island. 

Large eruptions have occurred roughly every 40-50 years, the last being in 1969, so… we’re overdue and I often wonder each time we go, if today might be the day. 

As you’ll see from this Google Map, Deception Island is horseshoe shape with a very narrow entrance. In the middle of that entrance is a large, submerged rock which is to blame for at least 1 shipwreck and many, many “dings” over the years. 

While not quite as scenic as some of the other places we visit, Deception Island holds a great deal of history and everyone (no, not everyone) enjoys a chance to take a dip in polar waters, which is usually 1°C / 34°F. Not pleasant, but quite invigorating.